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  • Cowbirdearse.

    A new verb, might I suggest: cowbirdearse. Let us conjugate, my friends. Let us conjugate the cow, let us conjugate the bird. In the pastures, and the clouds, let us raise a glass to the conjugation of our hearts, our minds, our defiance, our dances. In the spirit of saludos and saluts.

    Yo cowbirdeo. Tu cowbirdeas. El cowbirdea. Ella cowbirdea. Nos cowbirdeamos. Ellos cowbirdean.

    Let us Cowbird the night away.

    To rise to dive into a swimming pool of coffee, another day.

    (And to Cowbird the day away.)

    For a moment, we shall stave the tears, the dark, the grave, the bombs, the hate, the malignancies, for just a moment, we shall pause to conjugate the Cowbird, to unite, fused, yoked, in the commons of the story.

    (Do the Cowbird, baby! Cowbirdeame!)
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