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Sep 2017

I never knew what larceny breeds,
I never learnt to give it any heeds,
It is Sheik AlΓ­s amber that just needs
I am nobody it all His deeds.
My teacher painted a painting few could see
But those who did flared with glee
The painting such that it looked like glass
Those who had eyes would see through the moss.

(By: Khan, BA)
Written by
Khan BA  62/M
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