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from an overheard telephone conversation in Polish/English

Homophonics

my frugal heart is on ur
kneecaps I'm ur sweet
hussy with twitching brows &
fingerbones ur throat captain
AHOY! this yeast infection
irrigates ur thighs beguiling u
with loose eyes

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Are you still in Poland . . . is Poland still . . . completely naked . . . my body is . . . . coffee . . . . is electric . . . eel . . . I want . . . to get . . . off on yr . . . dried . . . leg . . . bits . . .

Are you . . . you . . . beguiling . . . bridge . . . over . . . troubled . . . yeast . . . . infections . . . ahoy . . . thighs & eyes . . . beguile . . . (Sssss) he . . . ahoy I . . . twitching . . . brows . . . and fingerbones . . .
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thinking what . . . first . . . du dat . . . all over . . . all over . . . christ god . . . dried peach . . . bit . . .

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ur . . . . angel . . . . ski . . . tak dali dali . . . mini . . . jako . . . my toesha . . .dupa . . . speer . . . dali dali dali . . . spooooooko . . . . dobra . . . . allergee . . . no . . .vina . . .no . . . vina . . .n(yeah) . . .toe . . . dobe . . .sha . . .toe . . .samo . . .no . . .no . . .do quad . . . n(yeah) . . . few . . . few . . .
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dugger . . .shall . . .ee . . .dugger . . .shall . . .ee . . . duggar . . .shar . . .ra . . .e . . .go . . .dupa . . .sha . . .chee . . .a . . .shy . . .chee . . .a . . .dupa . . .
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