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Soleil
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The wildness lies
Shallow in your soul
But with a quickness it holds
No living power.
Chaos forms and proceeds
In reverie it roams free
And burns to capacity.
Yet rejecting ancient ideas
With disparate charity
You hurl arched profanities
Searching for a vested reason
To understand
Idealís vanity.
And with the same
Presence of mind
I hope you will find
That which lies before
Insight denied.
For church bells toll
And bid you to union
Of the listening soul.
I would have you remember
That which is explained
Is only a vague impression
Of a creation that flows.
And that wildness in your soul
Is solicitous to a scheme
Where elders grow old
While dreamers dream.
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