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Take2: Issue 8
Spring 2001
Companion poems by Francine DuBois and Hezekiah Allen Taylor

I Think She Needs a Sugar Daddy, Or At Least Someone With a Better Bathroom
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Black Hair, As Black As My Soul
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Great Rack . . .
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

All Cats Fear the Plunger
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Roasty Toasty Princess
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

The Washing Machine is Quiet on Blue Moons
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Where's My Pants?
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Warmest Thing Known
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Men Who Idolize Frank Sinatra
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

How to Write an Essay About Flowers
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

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