Fat Schools, Girls of Gold, and Hot, Waxy juices
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The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy and the Humanities

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The Girl of Gold
by Federico García-Lorca
"The girl, wet/was white in the water
And the water was in flames."

The Ladies of the School
by A. W. Allworthy
"The hot waxy juices
Will result in something that is to be known As
The Fat Solution For Dying Stars,
(So named after Susie Star or Susie Dying)."

Saint Peter Got Smashed
by A. T. Kendall
"Here's to my index ---
How many times have I stroked you
(How many times have you stroked me!)"

Two by Philip Larkin
"I listen to money singing. It's like looking down
From long French windows at a provincial town"

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