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Stepping stones by the streets of hell
Sleep together and make many men dwell
Freedom frequently feels like nature intended
But no moonlight memories have blended and ended

With one falling time the grasses turned a brown
& the earth laid motionless with a watery drown
Out beyond the furthering of that day
Sat that stranger & friends with nothing to say



 

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Great poem , well done  
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