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“The Irish Dishwasher”

Her hair pulled back in a bun of coal-black humility,
She spoke in soft tones while the servers raged around her.
Her blue eyes never wavered, her step was always sure.
And in her ruddy cheeks I saw knowledge that life,
Any life at all is to be grasped and firmly carried,
Just like the dishes in her bin.

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