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Snow flakes

 Snow flakes.
I counted till they danced so Their slippers leaped the town, And then I took a pencil To note the rebels down.
And then they grew so jolly I did resign the prig, And ten of my once stately toes Are marshalled for a jig!

by Emily Dickinson
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