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babylon-where i go dreaming
grieve not for the invisible
wrap the earth in cloudy weather
over the rooftops race the shadows of clouds
and so it goes
to what shall a woman liken her beloved
stand here by my side
the sun is up
i saw you hunched and shivering on the stones
stuff of the moon


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