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Nature, hating art and pains,
Baulks and baffles plotting brains;
We ask for no statistics of the killed,
For nothing political impinges on
The first dead man on Omaha Beach must be a sailor!
We thrive by casualties. Our chief experiences have been casual.
It was a day of cold
Raw silence, wind-blown
As you find a rhythm
the habitual
Slow consolation
Of a dawdling engine,
At closing time would go
In waders and peaked cap
Dawn-sniffing revenant,
Plodder through midnight rain,
Question me again.
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