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the moderate Aristotelian city
Of darning and the Eight-Fifteen, where Euclid's geometry
There are bills to be paid, machines to keep in repair,
Irregular verbs to learn, the Time Being to redeem
'Lead us not into temptation and evil for our sake.'
They will come all right, don't worry; probably in a form
Once again we have sent Him away,
Begging though to remain His disobedient servant,
Remembering the stable where for once in our lives
Everything became a You and nothing was an It.
These are enough
Left overs to do, warmed-up, for the rest of the week--
and the Soul endure
A silence that is neither for nor against her faith
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