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Wave - Garlic Boys - Poem (CD, Album)

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    "Not Waving but Drowning" is a poem by the British poet Stevie truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.xyzinfo was published in as part of a collection of the same title. The most famous of Smith's poems, it gives an account of a drowned man whose distressed thrashing in the water had been mistaken for waving. The poem was accompanied by one of Smith's drawings, as was common in her work.

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