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Poetry #176
(published May 6, 2004)
Here's To The Gash That Never Heals
(a PMjA Uncovered Classic)
by Emily Dickinson

Here's to the gash
   That never heals
The more 'tis rubbed,
   The better feels
But there is no soap
   This side of hell
To wash away
   That fishy smell.

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