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A Policeman´s Daughter
by Jan Oscar Hansen
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(After a painting by Paula Rego)
She shone her father´s boots till they were as glossy
as an imp´s black mirrors. She loved her father but
was angry with him too, firm treated her like a child
wouldn´t let her go out at night although she was
almost her father always put his left boot on first,
in it she put a bit of thistle. She sat in her room when
she heard his screams, and she sweetly smiled.
 
 
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