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A Pilgrim's Woe
by Satish Verma
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  Strange. You want to protect 
the house after the attack. 
Debunking the grammar. Take 
a look at those cavernous eyes. 
Do you find any rain? 
Refresh drops. You will 
need them, once a while. 

Life hides many grudges. 
It was scorching. A country 
of cantos in politics. The
language keeps on changing. 
What was next, nobody knows. 
The trees were there, the birds 
there, but there were no leaves.
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