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Deer.

Day-spring dawns. Dappled deer dance delightfully down daisy demesnes. Drooping dansey-headed deer draw dew-drink. Dudes and dames do delightedly dine. Dawn dwindles, daisy dishes dwizzen.

Morning comes. Spotted deer dance with delight across fields of daisies. Bending down these giddy dancing deer drink the morning moisture. Bucks and does consume with delight. Morning fades, the flowers dry up.

 Deer
 Day-spring dawns. Dappled deer dance delightfully down daisy demesnes.
Drooping dansey-headed deer draw dew-drink. Dudes and dames do
delightedly dine. Dawn dwindles, daisy dishes dwizzen. 
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Title Annotation:POEMS--PART I
Author:Bannon, Jon
Publication:Word Ways
Article Type:Poem
Date:Feb 1, 2015
Words:126
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