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Barges being lifted by tidewater;
one drop in the eye as on a petal;
the shining drops forming fast company

to become the fear that raises bridges!

Swirling in a stone drain the perfect
metaphor for merriment! - plumbing

the secrets of a nation's usage, out

to its deeper diaries in the sea.

Water that is the thrift of birds! For it
has greater wings yet, and its mandate is

life itself: both in the primordial

then, through to the proliferate now!

But on the driest hill a proof was set:
the thirstiest man found comfort in God.

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