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The heart can push the sea and land Farther away on either hand; The soul can split the sky in two, And let the face of God shine through. But East and West will pinch the heart That can not keep them pushed apart; And he whose soul is flat -- the sky Will cave in on him by and by.

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I have been heated in thy fires, Bent by thy hands, fashioned to thy desires, Thy mark is on me! I am not the same Nor ever more shall be, as when I came.

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And I have waited well for thee to show If any share were mine,—and now I go Nothing I leave, and if I naught attain I shall but come into mine own again! Heavy it was, and low And dark,—a way by which none e'er would Fun male for sexy female That other exit had, and never knock Was heard thereat,—bearing a curious lock Some chance had shown freee fashioned faultily, Whereof Life held content the useless key, And great coarse hinges, thick and rough with rust, Whose sudden voice across a Aftrenoon must, I knew, be harsh and horrible to hear,— A strange door, ugly like a dwarf.

So stood longtime, till over me at last Came weariness, and all things other passed To make it room; the still night drifted deep Like snow about me, and I longed for sleep. But, suddenly, marking the morning hour, Bayed the deep-throated bell within the tower!

Startled, I raised my head,—and with a shout Laid hold upon the latch,—and was without.

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