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He Calls It A Mere It was dusk and drizzling By the thunderclap I was slowly moving to slope It smashed under my foot I could hear a crushed, Once I set my sight by the torch, It is twisted to shrank But its shell never to bond Ha! her home has broke And the old security comes to know, why I cried And he only says, snail, Oh! scholar! To me, like a broken world Like a naked sun on my wound To him a mere crawling I could feel its pain all night And I could watch the spot for a week.
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calls dusk drizzling thunderclap slowly moving slope smashed foot hear crushed set sight torch twisted shrank shell bond home broke security cried snail scholar broken world naked sun wound mere crawling feel pain night watch spot week

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