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Dome Clock
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  All the gears turning before our
Eyes
All the teeth that come together

Here we are looking through the glass

I've played with gage of time,
Removing its top, peering inside,
Searching to know its machinery
Allowing the dust to settle on its musical keys

Acquaintance, befriended, I envy his will
Not to move its cover,
Holding everything that is beautiful

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July 02, 2006
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