by Dylan Thomas

Nothing grows in our garden, only washing.
And babies.

 

 

 

Notes:
The Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas, died on this day in 1953 at the Chelsea Hotel in New York. He had consumed 18 straight martinis.


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