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 "A cigarette.
  Tobacco leaf encased in shield of wood.
  Pulped and dyed, then bleached to make it,
  Sanit'ry as would,
  The chemists who devised the thing.
  They claim - for general good.

  A cigarette.
  A solace,
  When all 'round seems harsh and cold,
  A refuge,
  When the waiting world seems Young,
  And you feel Old.

  A cigarette.
  For short'ning Life's sweet pace from day to day.
  A cigarette.
  When Life's no longer sweet."
                               Roy Stead, "Cigarette", 11-12-1989


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