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«Free Grass» magazine, 1968, page 1 of 5

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the original mimeographed page. Click "TEXT" to return to this page.] Noted in my Journal on 2012/06/01.

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FREE GRASS

number one



POEM

pity the poor Indian

heart as white as snow

he has been left to

the plaintive mewing of the

                    traffic

on San Jose Ave. 5th. 9th.


autos parade before him

starved of gas.

                    Rupert Thompson (USA)



the Iron General, breaks.

wind. breaks. the advance.

puff. puff. the shells. attack.

                    Patrick Lynch.


[the following fragmentary phrases (mostly from Shakespeare) were compiled from the clues to the «Sydney Morning Herald» cryptic crossword. - J.T., 2000]

In food, in sport, and -- rest. A
will peck in safeguard of their
brood; and with what wing the. . .
checks at it! Boys, apes, Jacks,
milksops! Those -- which you want
were dangerous. 'Tis you must dig with
--- and with spade, and here, neighbor,
porridge and their fat who will no len
here's a cup of ---they want their
Make us thy ministers of...



WY WHY WH

why should you part from me

just as the beautiful

thing

we had going

was

going

why


should

each

    leaf

         drop

                from the tree
to

the

ground


just as spring is approaching.

                    Dorian Hawthorn.


 
 
 


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