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It is an egg of Columbus.

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Egg

Egg

out hen

eat egg...

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New Egg

hen egg
teacher's are same
allways zero
my exam paper...

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The egg

After laying an egg
A hen starts singing a song –
To attract people!

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The dog and egg

Dog

Try too

Eat...

At home...


Try too

Eat...

Egg...

Egg is

Not good...! ! !

Dog try too eat...? ? ?

With vomit...!

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The Last Argument Of The Egg And The Chicken

i will always agree
on this last, that at the end
it does not really matter
which came first the egg or the
chicken because what matters
most
is what makes us
friends again.

take the chicken
i'll have the eggs.

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The Only Egg Left

You are the only egg left in this fridge,
But, i need o boil you and eat you!
For, i am hungry like a man from Hungary.

I have no turkey like a man from Turkey!
So, i need to boil you and eat you;
Because, this muse of love is all about you.

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The Egg or The Hen

The egg or the hen
Who come first
Not easy to say.
And it is easy to say
Who is here and for what
How the work is going
And the resul of that work.

To say easy is not easy
To say not easy is easy
Here everybody is busy
Go and say
And your word may
Make them arise.

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The Egg

the soul is the royal yellow in egg
it requires god's blessing to reveal
the glory of heaven, to begin life
when his warm hands are not there
the egg would fall into eternal damnation
holding a hell of foulness to repel even
the holiest of angels out to save souls

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Egg Raid On Mojo

Chorus)
Egg raid on mojo! (x4)
We dressed all in black. We snuk up around the back. We began to
attack. The eggs they cracked on mojo's back. Go!!
(Chorus)
Gonna fight! Gonna fight! Gonna egg raid tonight!
Gonna fight! Gonna fight! Gonna egg raid tonight!
Egg raid! Gonna die! Eat up mojo al the time

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Big Butter & Egg Man

Now she wants...a butter an egg man
From way out in the west
She wants somebody...whos workin all day
So shes got money...when she wants to play
Now pretty clothes...theyll never be mine
But what she told me the other day
I hope she dont change her mind
Now she wants...a butter an egg man
A great big butter and egg man
From way down south

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A Big Butter And Egg Man

Now she wants...a butter an egg man
From way out in the west
She wants somebody...who's workin' all day
So she's got money...when she wants to play
Now pretty clothes...they'll never be mine
But what she told me the other day
I hope she don't change her mind
Now she wants...a butter an egg man
A great big butter and egg man
From way down south

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Sandwiches: Tomato And Egg

sandwiches: tomato and egg
and the flask of tea;
ice-cream and a bottle of fizzy orange.

vague consciousness
of women dressing
or undressing
inside the flimsy protection
of giant sized towels

the pursuit of the tide going out;
finding oneself detached in isolation,
left behind pools of shells, crabs, starfishes
and child-like absorption.

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Walt Whitman

I Will Take An Egg Out Of The Robin's Nest

I WILL take an egg out of the robin's nest in the orchard,
I will take a branch of gooseberries from the old bush in the garden,
and go and preach to the world;
You shall see I will not meet a single heretic or scorner,
You shall see how I stump clergymen, and confound them,
You shall see me showing a scarlet tomato, and a white pebble from
the beach.

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One Egg

gOt but one egg
more
the broken shell
who can repair it?

gOt one egg still
and it will be for yOu
you may suck it again
like the way you sucked my being
last hOt night

i am sucked and i give it all
i am empty and i am full
one egg lies on the plate
and you still want it raw

slipping so smoothly in your throat
like a slimy
kind of lOve enjoyed by secret fools
like us...

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Christopher Columbus

If I was born on the twelfth day of October,
On which day in 1492 Columbus discovered America,
But I was born on the day 19th of April,1951 in a general hospital of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Somehow I discovered the pinching sorrow in a nightmare
Where the childish man who struggles eternally?

* I dedicate this scribbling to my deceased pet dog. [Marco my precious son] His yelp taught me lot of things about the mysterious life.

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The Egg

the egg
is never a circle
we were made to
believe it
that way
like the way they
twist the shape of
our earth once
the egg at first
was a tear
solidified by
the persistence of time
stretched a bit
it is elongated now shaped
as an oblong
like the truth
stretched to a tip
transparent against the light
fragile
and if not handled with
caution
it breaks and scatters
the yolk yellow as the
moon at night
stares at you
on a wasted
silence.

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From An Egg One Hatches

From an egg one hatches.
And what appears is born.
Growth is expected.
And life goes on.

Experiences come.
Knowledge is obtained.
A sharing is learned...
With comprehension maintained.

Although...
Some gifted with birth,
Choose a worthlessness to serve.
And they believe what is given,
To them is deserved.

So they wait...
To see what is being delivered on a plate.
And complain if what is presented,
Does not meet 'their' expectations.

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How Do You Want Your Egg?

The Sun blossomed in the East-
As an egg yolk of overpowering size...
Laid upon a plate of deepest blue-
And they call it: 'The Sunrise';

What a reoccuring and amazing miracle...
As the Earth and the Stars do their thing...
In the Early East-A well expected feast...
Dining with the best 'til the West-the blackness brings;

Brightest and perhaps nearly warmest...
'Over easy' at the noontime-
No need for a side of bacon or sausage...
For the picture of this day created this rhyme;

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Nest Egg

Far and away from the talons of greed
Their conscienceless faces remain
The green back-the root of their evil
Their wickedness-a most profane bane!
Meanwhile, i am all comfey and cozy
Extra-extra secure in my nest of egg
Observing with the quiet stealth of an Eagle
The not so: : 'Secret*' actions of the cabals legs;
Legal superiority HAS become my best friend
Protection of Fort Knox-my keen strong hold
Laying a snare many a resouceful genius would miss
Awaiting the Spring with my sharp slice of COLD!

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Poem For Columbus Day

They never tell you
whether October 12
was Columbus' birthday
or the day he discovered
America

and somehow America
makes every October 12
a Monday

and if there had never
been a Columbus
there'd be no school holiday,

Paul and Carol would choose
some other weekend
to marry

I'd have stayed in New York
waiting for you to return
from your nephew's funeral
(who was also named Christopher)

there'd have been no reunion
no gathering together

you'd have grown up in Italy,
I'd have lived in Leeds, England,
there'd be no reason to be here.

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