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There are two types of words in the english language. A: the written word and B: the spoken word. There once was a time that they mirrored each other. Unfortunately, the higher learning schools today concentrate on what makes them the most money. Which is: professional sports learning. Thus, destroying what once was a proper education. Since the spoken word will now never reflect the written word, we must change the written word to reflect the spoken word. Because people just don't talk like dat no mo'.

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List of poems by David Ehrgott 13 total

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Uh-Oh 21 Views
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Rumi (blessed are the bostonians) 12 Views
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(haiku) Constellations 7 Views
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tap 6 Views
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My Babysitter Raped Me 5 Views
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Haiku 4 Views
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Relax 3 Views
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The See-through Blouse (An Ode to Susan Saradons Boobs) 3 Views
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Today 2 Views
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The Nightmare of Love 2 Views
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Just Ask Fred 1 View
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No Mayans Land 0 Views
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The Second Sandy 0 Views
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