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This Side of the Sunset

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This Side of the Sunset

Afore twilight winged bugs
Come to rest
On a gently rippling creek 
Where placid mists acquiesced
And one horse carriages so sleek
Surrendered humanity’s finest 
Midnight sons to seek
Their customary agonist 
So renowned they were to sneak  

Neither humility nor unheard cries
Echo past the shop displays
Beyond the attendant sunrise
An unsightly game
It remains the same
All in a daze
For everyone sighs
And closes his eyes
In so many ways
And in so many days
Society dies

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