Ailsa's LASt WILL and T E S T A M E N T - Poem by John Wieners
Gas. A marriage that never existed, a death under investigation,
and a Fortune stolen from M a d women in custody of itinerants.
Who could say wealth provides security, when the truth of one's
lies upon inferiors, inferring supposed secretaries stoop against
truth serums, unpatentd innoculations' dictum of an i mousity,
jealousy beyond single trust. L E T I T B E S A I D
make M o n e y, without reason, though attenuation begets
c R U S T.
from E U S T A C E M U L L I N S—inc*
to ARTHur Burns, a few flattulences can bankrupt a relationship
sink the N A T I O N I n t e n t.
Upon ousting Frederick Engels Marx, Einstein, Freud and Darwin.
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