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Philip Claude Andermann
Oh, that time
in the wind, your quiet wave
whence came that whisper which brought us together?
Science says a butterfly's shiver
from a far land fair
can later transform the passion
of storms in New York.
I pull you close now, a heaven tiny
Our shores merge, to only oceans, oh God touching
tossed in Noah's tiniest ark what beast roars,
makes an angel soar?
Shed your being radiating
outward, shed of my body that
I offer to death, no my children. Land is waiting.
Disassemble our cage
assemble on the fields
all the grains in the sky
witnesses from our children
in such mirror shiver
cascade of mercy.
I will be true, oh storm in the smile, my fair land.
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