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  Lime for a dime
With muddy water to pass time
Ruffians looking cute
Stealing jackfruit
Traffic rhythm
Necessitated by a political emblem
Swollen mosquitoes
On my toes
Ancient temple domes
That cannot prevent the gloom
Fairness creams
Chocolate-colored dreams
Fresh flowers
Wasted hours
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June 27, 2004
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