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Poorness

By De Raeymaeker, Jan

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Book Id: WPLBN0003466721
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Reproduction Date: 3/1/2012

Title: Poorness  
Author: De Raeymaeker, Jan
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Poetry
Collections: Poetry, Authors Community, Language, Literature, Sociology, Most Popular Books in China
Historic
Publication Date:
2012
Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Jan De Raeymaeker

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Raeymaeker, J. D. (2012). Poorness. Retrieved from http://self.gutenberg.org/


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Poems by Jan De Raeymaeker

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Poems by Jan De Raeymaeker

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--- SOUND ME --- Sound me. Am I not round in your mouth? Do I split your lips? Make you spit? Do I make you bite your tongue? Push the syllables out wrongly? Do I make you gnash? Tangle you in a toothed trap? Sound me. I am round in your mouth. I make yours’ open with a pout. Make you lovingly form me And long to breathe me out.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS Stubborn Trunk ................5 Compost pit ................6 Special vomit ............... 7 Dank ..............................8 Me enemy .......................9 Stones far from home .......10 Machine cleaned ...............11 Inner us ......................12 Sound me ......................13 Seamus ......................14 Cackle ......................15 Madcap and Dove .......16 Drifting off ......................17 Dis Deus .....................18 Donegal .....................19 Abandon God .............20 Earlsfort and Irish ......21 Pushing bubbles .............22 Hand-face .....................23 Straight .....................24 Screw Loose .............25 An end ....................26 On yer bike ............27 Life ain’t so bad, lad ....28 Spit ...........................29 Mobile’s cry ............30 Small Moment ............31 Old Goals ...................32 Push ..........................33 The covering ...........34 Backstreet tourist ...35 Hock ..........................36 Conjoined sugar ..........37 Poorness ..................38 The Crowd ..................39 Professional Beggar ...41 Tortoise shell ..........42 First to go ..................43 The end of the line ..44 Witness to a Trip ..........45

 
 



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