Shopping Mary-Anne –

Shopping Mary-Anne, buying ‘the best’, decorative high-stack promos turn head.
Orienteering across polished tiled aisles cleaned by a woman once nominally Russian.
Shopping Mary-Anne, lifting labels, looking for sell-by disease – fur in blue, green, white.
Hers is, Fresh and Family, Money and Status, Life and Choices, and she knows Russia lies to the East of her house and its women queue for bread.

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