Sugary Sap And That - Poem by James McLain
United nations development and more
People unite employed
Must it be as it always, bare
Mass why the answer to.
Those sucking noises
as a child grew louder still.
Perhaps they would have nothing
If they shared with dogs
I realize now as a child
you always knew.
And whenever he wanted to
he would find it and squeeze.
He said more milk would come out
than normally would.
I ask you was he right?
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