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i reside at table mountain
the body may confine
i hold your heart
birds against the april wind
the poets tell
they in the darkness gather and ask
behold me, in my chiffon, gauze and tinsel
lady, your heart has turned to dust
sad are they who know not love
i love the old melodious lays
i stood
when i go back to earth
pharaoh, king of egypt's land
all down the years

 



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