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TOWARDS DEMOCRACY: PART 3. THE LONG DAY IN THE OPEN, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hour after hour passes by, the sun wheels on
Last Line: Dost thou not say what I have to say, are not our purposes one?
Subject(s): Nature


HOUR after hour passes by, the Sun wheels on, the clouds disperse and
re-form;
On all I have to do thou lookest O Nature, I have nothing to conceal from
thee; O Moon traveling so close over the hills,
Dost thou not say what I have to say, are not our purposes one?





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