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The real hak project runs,
Helper or junk chatter as
Just another Perl hacker;
Nejpur lacks to her heart.

No jack, the perl sutra, her
Pure talk, can't josher. Her
Plea jut carks. Her throne
Rut jerks the pale archon.

Just note her lark preach,
Let others jar, prune, hack...
Thou, jank perls, trace her
Truth here, no slack japer.

She perketh to curl a raj 'n
Jats lurk ther Nacre, hope
No hater tracks her julep,
Nor juker laceth her past.

Ka, the archer, purls on jet,
Hankers to jut per her lac.
Another lust: jar her, peck
At her rank. Sepulcher jot:

Tara John (the Perl sucker)


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