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In the slushy shine of winter mornings, The harsh, huffing breaths of a Hushed and harried engine heaving Its hoard of hearts and hopes Hastens the horizon, rushes The clicking clack on slickened rails
The street is strolling merrily along when
I came across a mask one day That caught and drew my eye It peeked and winked behind the others And yet it did not hide
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