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First Line: The withering sun drops grudgingly
Last Line: A dry trough greets their day-long thirst.
Subject(s): Drought


The withering sun drops grudgingly,
Still clutching mountain edges,
Then horses follow winding trails
Over blistered desert ledges
To idle windmill -- still air, cursed.
A dry trough greets their day-long thirst.





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