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Quotation by Philip Larkin
Shielded, what sorts of life are stirring yet:
Legs lagged like drains, slippers soft as fungus,
The gas and grate, the old cold sour grey bed.
Philip Larkin (1922–1986), British poet. "A Slight relax of air where cold was."
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