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Found Poetry 901
fingers tap the sea anemone much-poked by a mob of children moving like rooks to take a piece shadows of water unrolled arms stretched to take a drink the last lunch of the day ends, sifting reflections
This poem was created from Sylvia Plath's collected works. Click here to get a book of Plath's poems.
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