Shelley Byron Keats
Sugar Intensive Diet - Poem by Shelley Byron Keats
Gus the glutton whenever he was able
dined on Henry's pages of poems on the table.
He swilled them. He slurped them.
At high tea he burped them:
not meat and potato
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