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Dec 2020
They dragged my body
all over the city, publicly shaming me
in front of happy crowd
of clapping morons.

No, I don't despise them, quite
the opposite. I owe them everything.
They made me a horseman,
and then knight,
they gave me name and freedom.
They made me who I am today.
Peter Balkus
Written by
Peter Balkus  36/M/London
   Skylar R
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