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Tradition: I Remember Womanhood. {poetry}

Fitted suit, tilted fedora and a doe-eyed expression before death of a betrayed love, Moved along by the crevasse of Astaire’s curved embrace, Soothed in conversation to the lullaby of Jimmy Stewart’s draw, Serenaded by Sinatra under a painted moonlight.

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