ran, fell (a poem)

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get up
run

If I only could, I’d be running up that hill / If I only could, I’d be running up that hill
“Running Up That Hill,” by Kate Bush. Posted, “Running Up That Hill,” as performed by Placebo.


Christina Schmidt, MA
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