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Aboriginal Australia

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To the Others
You once smiled a friendly smile,
Said we were kin to one another,
Thus with guile for a short while
Became to me a brother.
Then you swamped my way of gladness,
Took my children from my side,
Snapped shut the law book, oh my sadness
At Yirrakalas’ plea denied.
So, I remember Lake George hills,
The thin stick bones of people.
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ur mom 22 March 2021
english time
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Zimbabwae Government 14 March 2021
zimbabwae forever
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pbfc 09 March 2021
fk i hate english
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kakki 14 March 2021
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your dad 03 November 2020
ffs, english is boring asl
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cOLBY bROCK 18 October 2020
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BOB THE BUILDER 18 October 2020
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Your Mum 12 August 2020
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Dcx Vc 23 July 2020
english more like eng-gay
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BallZac 22 July 2020
Why does this guy look like a black Elvis Presley? Wakanda Black Panther
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oh yeah yeah oh yeah yeah 14 September 2019
sick poem my guy, that was fully hectic. so sad and moving
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