John Smith

John Smith, the son of John Smith, the son of John Smith, the son of John Smith, the son of John Smith, the son of John Smith, the son of John Smith, the son of John Smith, cast a shadow like his fathers, but left it by a drying lake.

no use
discussing sleeplessness
with an acorn

Johannes S. H. Bjerg/editor

John Smith

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