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why so sad my lovely one?
of sun nor stars
i reside at table mountain
my soul goes clad in gorgeous things
sweet with fern and rose
i heard the wind all day
he speaks not well
so fallen
pushing out, struggling vainly
glass-blower of time
gone before us
see the tentative
into the silent land
desolate and lone


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