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A mirror on which to dwell

Word count: 753

Song Cycle by Elliott Cook Carter, Jr. (1908 - 2012)

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1. Anaphora


Each day with so much ceremony
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2. Argument


Days that cannot bring you near
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3. Sandpiper


The roaring alongside he takes for granted
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4. Insomnia


The moon in the bureau mirror
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5. View of the Capitol from the Library of Congress


Moving from left to left, the light
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6. O breath


Beneath that loved and celebrated breast
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