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She Sparkles
 
She's a 1956 Eldorado Cadillac Broughham
gloss black enamel and thirty coats of lacquer, and chrome
(oh lots of chrome)

She was born to roam
a city by night
with the liquid flow
of neon lights
on her fenders and sides
(oh she's a ride - and she cruises, glides,)
and her khaki green eyes . . .
they sparkle



The scrambled word is 'sparkle'

By tony parsons

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