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Poem: A Visitor 

It came one morning
Gently but persistently
Perched in my mind,
Cooed all day long.
I nurtured it, claimed it for my own,
Although all the time
I knew the world beyond the window
Owned it totally.
Still, when hope alights,
Even for a brief visit,
It deserves nothing less.


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