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Marathon

Green fairy I wait for thee
Do not tarry open the bureau
Maketh me ready to receive
Divine destiiny tonight

Peer west you see the sun
Falls and this day is done
The tussel is over let me
Be the final squire you come to see

I hold you to the light, flickers it softly
Candle through your emerald bodied
Tonic releaser of anticipated fears
Desert lightening sentinal come oft

Gentle your sweet embrace
Essence like ampules in my veins
Of pure clover honey letting me
Forget my pain, manage my race

Is mine after all and I've done all I was taxed
As it were time that turned on me
Coward I am not for choosing to face forward
Nose to nose the marauder's gnashing jaw

Throbs my head and shallow my chest
I bring you out like a rubber mallot
Encouraging me to get the ball rolling
Controlling this menace which
Shreds apace a vestige carcass
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