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To Melancholy

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To Melancholy

Dog footed deep rooted fist and fouled
Cankerous flea infested unglorified scowled
Floating above the four walled space
Drowning not thyself but every chequered face.

Wing wilted uninhibited web footed guest
Seeking not short lived stay but being adept
Burying your nailed claws in every nook
And the floor space
Even deeper steadier stiffer
For your imperished stage.

I can see your monstrous form when I wake
It hovers over me in sleep and shakes
Every deep rooted breath with lizard and snake.

I wishing the fisted strength to drive you & trod
Over the dunes unsung unrapturous over beaten  sod.
Dog footed deep rooted melancholy be not amazed
If I throw myself and you out in the maze.

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