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Cotton

I inherited a legacy cotton is my inheritance cotton chain gangs& songs about chariots chariots chain gangs & cotton joe turner came and never left he over yo shoulder cotton on his breath my memory of cotton is older than … Continue reading

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Race ( from That New Millennium Dime)

Granny said/

“you will lie in the pit/you dig

for ‘an-other’ “/how you sleep/?/ Continue reading

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