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Perhaps I'll wish upon the moon Each elegant beam-dappled eve Rest all my hopes deep in it, that Some of these tribulations leave Else I may have to plead the gods Void ev’ry slight and bad mistake Each poorer choice and ill regard Revised as pure for chance’s sake And should those airs abandon me Note all the music hard work sings Count up as joy and blessings then Each gift that perseverance brings. Copyright © Gregory Richard Barden, September 26, 2022; edited 9/30/22

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Book: Shattered Sighs