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Homecoming

Rating: 3.7

All day, day after day, they’re bringing them home,
they’re picking them up, those they can find, and bringing them home,
they’re bringing them in, piled on the hulls of Grants, in trucks, in convoys,
they’re zipping them up in green plastic bags,
they’re tagging them now in Saigon, in the mortuary coolness
they’re giving them names, they’re rolling them out of
the deep-freeze lockers — on the tarmac at Tan Son Nhut
the noble jets are whining like hounds,
they are bringing them home
– curly heads, kinky-hairs, crew-cuts, balding non-coms

– they’re high, now, high and higher, over the land, the steaming chow mein,
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM

This is so bad it gave my dog cancer.

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Kinky Aboriginal 23 August 2015

petrol memes

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Gun 123 22 May 2017

Animal Abuse

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Jonathan Pordoire 04 November 2013

This is so bad cancer decided it was going home.

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Lukas Maran 05 August 2015

nice meme

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NiggaballsHD 26 August 2021

Man I hate

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please kill me 21 July 2021

qcaa are the worst

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Deeply poignant and full of images.

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Fck all neegahs 22 April 2021

They all smell bad so blind people can hate them too

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Abo 22 April 2021

I need fuel

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