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First Line: Passing by,passing by all exteriors
Last Line: Waves.
Subject(s): Death; Drowning; Sea; Waves; Dead, The; Ocean


PASSING by, passing by all exteriors,
Swimming floating on the Ocean that has innumerable bays—
I too at length nestle down in thy breast, O humanity;
Tired I abandon myself to thee, to be washed from the dust of life in thy
waves.





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