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POETRY | COMICS

Pete… and That’s America

In noise, in the clamor,In mine, on a farm,Pete’s hands aren’t young anymore:For sixty years, they work for the Dollar.Somewhere, far away, in Illinois,A tombstone standsAnd an empty casket awaitsFor Pete to arrive from afar.
  • Lyrics by M.Rupčić, song by Azra, translation, and comics by author. Unfortunately, there’s no rendition of this song publicly available.

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