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Apologies to Wm Wordsworth

by Norman Dengate

I wandered slowly through the crowd
With my collecting tin outside the store
I was then invited in, to be positioned by the tills, 
So there I stood with tin and tray, full of ‘Marie Curie’ daffodils

Norman Dengate
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