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Mother and Daughter Cantata


"Bizabeth" and Mama are I and thou
As thou feeds I something pabulum red
After which there must be washing of hands
And face blowing bubbles before bed,
A time for stories with her porcelain doll.

It is instead the queen
Really was a nice lady
But for the looking glass,
Fairy tales are parables
As earth is unto heaven,

And Mother Goose rewrote the Book of Kells.

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