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  • My eyes stretched as far the day
    They staggered its length
    to its superfluous end.
    And there I saw a tumbling jewel, embraced
    in haste and all its glory
    They had comforted me once, the masses
    of time and of rest and sleep
    It was to be

    two marching feet, one head no bed
    pulling at unwilling sleep.
    It rushed me like steaming snow, cruised
    Down mountains as no flakes do
    To pause
    To pause,
    what of it
    To pause
    Make my eyes to close
    And this day to end.
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