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melancholy days have come
but alas, just dreams
the pale day drowses on the western steep
let me move slowly through the street
who will be naming the wind
i've won the race
look out upon the stars, my love
passing through huddled and ugly walls
softly now the light of day
rose and amber was the sunset on the river
when i looked into your eyes
the light withdrawn
the darkness rolls upward
here falls no light

 



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