Entry 4 - Or better yet, homage to the blind. For of course...

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John Malloy Portfolio 5, Entry 4 “What does it Mean,” by John Malloy As I sat there, head hung low, The sands of time continued to flow. I touched my pencil to the page, Only to become, filled with rage. For I know not what was meant, When the poet had that long leg rent From the poor toad’s bod. No, all I thought was, “Oh my God.” My mind touched on subjects strange. They varied across quite a range. Maybe it was a warning, to mankind,
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Unformatted text preview: Or better yet, homage to the blind. For of course the toad would have seen A blade approaching from above the green. Unless of course he couldnt see. In which caseno, pardon me, I dont know where Im going with this. Chances are Im much amiss. Back to the drawing board my mind went, Only to ponder my discontent. So as I stared, at that poem, It came to mind, I should be hoem....
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course ENG 111 taught by Professor Patterson during the Spring '07 term at Miami University.

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