William Carlos Williams – Reply


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(crumped on her desk)

Dear Bill: I've made a
Couple of sandwiches for you.
In the ice-box you'll find
Blue-berries--a cup of grapefruit
A glass of cold coffee.

On the stove is the tea-pot
With enough tea leaves
For you to make tea if you
Prefer--Just light the gas--
Boil the water and put it in the tea

Plenty of bread in the bread-box
And butter and eggs--
I didn't know just what to
Make for you.
Several people
Called up about office hours

See you later. Love. Floss.

Please switch off the telephone.

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