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Oh Gull of my childhood,
cry over my window over and over, take me back,
but what can be done gull gull when you turn the sun
on again, a dead fruit
All are delectable. Sweet sweet sweet
But resign this land at the end, resign it
Gull, grass and girl
In air, earth and bed
Join the long whirl
Of all the resurrected....
I could see that none were clumsy.
I could see that each was tight and firm.
Being fed by us you used us so
As that ungentle gull, the cuckoo's bird,
Useth the sparrow.
One sparrow is worth a thousand gulls,
When it sings. The gull sits on chimney-tops.
She that but little patience knew,
From childhood on, had now so much
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