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birthday poem

over the rooftops race the shadows of clouds
i go my way complacently
a life on the ocean wave
they in the darkness gather and ask
are you alive?
the meadow was creeping
days endeared to every muse
i love to steal awhile away
what do i owe to you
who will be naming the wind
what shall we do now


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