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up from the south at break of day
that strange companion came on shuffling feet
the ancient songs
i wonder where you live
when, full of warm and eager love
i am a woman
they threw a stone, you threw a stone
she must go back, she said
night is dark, and the winter winds
the shadows of the ships
when i returned at sunset
what do i owe to you


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