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  • I travelled faster than the weather
    Hit the onslaught of your windy day
    It blustered through my willing mood
    Like a cat creeping to its catch
    And I caught it between my teeth

    Between trees that alit their surround
    Figurative and pensive
    I toured your temper
    It burned my lips as my teeth let go
    I swallowed your thoughts my rivulet way
    Thought it closely countered as there we lay

    Your sun smiled at my sullied kind
    Said that thing that makes heavens melt
    Clouding climates burnt out, ray by ray
    And I dissolved like mud as you rested in me
    12 times covered, sighed, and we were us. Bright
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