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Poetry #183
(published June 24, 2004)
by Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz

From one watermelon slice to the next, the flies flew. You watched, caught some mid-air and then you tossed them into the blazing barbecue pit.

And this is how you will spend the afternoon?

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