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Life has caught me at a stand still;
Waiting for a hot wind to save me this chill.
As I sit, drenched to the skin,
Tendons of my bones disembark from each other,
They give way to the cold taking hold of them.
This season dawdles like no other,
Not even a snail will know such blame
That I now hurl at this lazy one
Yet to carry my lame limbs away from now.
The worst keeps coming on and on
And I, a tree under the snow
Can neither turn left nor right
For what stands at both sides, is but the tall night.
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