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Disobeying Luster

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Disobeying Luster

O cave... Thy face ~ A guise of disbelief....
Whilst thy two feet lie...Deep beneath the mount..
A pathless space...Without a twig nor brush...
Severed fromst sun's... Ablaze'd watchful eye...

Pale beyond a age'd stone's ~ Grave beckoning...
Whereabouts the plumply groves... And gardens....
Acquire their silence... Tracing pending time...
Midst a kitten's playfulness imagined..

O Cave... Of earthly works ~ Harbor of stone..
Mid first embrace..A dark maiden voyage...
An undivided sketch ~ A valley beneath...
The tall skeletons of soaring towers...

Filled with a shadows voice of fortune..
A flesh-less face ~ Disobeying luster..

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