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from Moving Pictures (London and South Korea manuscript)

what do you think
oh think
in yr mini
through any window
is raining
from the sky
sons and daughters
ninety times
out of a hundred
on the streets
with knapsacks
& immigrant mullets
it is easy to put
a hole in the ground
and make a great
what’s seen is
away and what
is a big
train station
25p per
entrance &
is this a sad
nothing is really
stories directly
from the drain
perhaps doing
or this
& pissing
it all
out &


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