By Alexander Dickow
Again and again we’ve risen and run Our rain wept lips against the same whisper, Against another haggard weather in The high hush of praise we’ve given over And over and held out, our every hand A still refrain, a hand woven in two; And our windy hearts vaults broken into Answers and hope beckoning…
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