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1. Woman King
Blackbird claw, raven wing Under the red sunlight Long clothesline, two shirtsleeves Waving as we go by Hundred years, hundred more Someday we may see a Woman king, wristwatch time Slowing as she goes to sleep. Black horse fly, lemonade Jar on the red ant hill Garden worm, cigarette Ash on the window sill Hundred years, hundred more Someday we may see a Woman king, sword I hand Swing at some evil and bleed. Black hoof mare, broken leg Eye on the shot gun shell Age old dog, hornet nest Built in the big church bell Hundred years, hundred more Someday we may see a Woman king, bloodshot eye Thumb down and starting to weep.
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