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What more is to love than I have loved?
And if there be nothing more, O bright, O bright,
And yet what good were yesterday's devotions?
I affirm and then at midnight the great cat
Consider how the speechless, invisible gods
Ruled us before, from over Asia, by
Our merest apprehension of their will.
The skeleton said it is a question of
The naked man, the naked man as last
And tallest hero and plus gaudiest vir.
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