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  1. CONTEXT: Sandria caring for her father, before his death, going further back in this time line from the first poem, about burying him. She is angry, confused, calling her mother ‘that woman’, hating her father. That’s why she starts by saying: ‘fierce spat love I hurry from making fruit on a plate’. The ending has two meanings: none of the family would care for him in old age, and only she would have an orgasm.

    Note: the subject of this book is hidden until more than halfway in, but referred to obliquely until the major scene happens. A sad thing.

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