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Poem

It was the summer

when Now and Laters

 

cost a nickel

and The Fantastic Four,

 

a buck.

When I met

 

Harriet Tubman

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Poem

When Mom says

she's decided to go back to work,

you're not too surprised,

'cause you know

how much she misses

being around horses

since Dad moved

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   From your window

you watch

love

and happiness

sink

like twins

in quicksand

when

she drives

away,

leaving you

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It does not take

a maths genius

to understand that

when you subtract

a mother

from the equation

what remains

is negative.