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Poem – Old Folks Laugh

They have spent their content of simpering, holding their lips this and that way, winding the lines between their brows. Old folks allow their bellies to jiggle like slow tambourines. The hollers rise up and spill over any way they … Continue reading

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Old Folks Laugh – Maya Angelou 

They have spent their  content of simpering,  holding their lips this  and that way, winding  the lines between  their brows. Old folks  allow their bellies to jiggle like slow  tambourines.  The hollers  rise up and spill  over any way they … Continue reading

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Old Folks Laugh – Maya Angelou

They have spent their content of simpering, holding their lips this and that way, winding the lines between their brows. Old folks allow their bellies to jiggle like slow tambourines. The hollers rise up and spill over any way they … Continue reading

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