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Statue In the Park

A distant statue stands alone.
Victorian worthy frozen in stone.
Points boneless finger at soaring bird.
through life, duty, his watchword and guide,
denied him flight.
Now interred, forever he'll stare
at boundless skies.

9 Feb 19

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Nice poem about statues.
Check out hunting games.
 — alvinrr

You and your "pals" have caused me to have a strong aversion to anything printed in blue so i'll give it a miss if you don't mind , not that i actually give a shit whether you mind or not.
 — larrylark