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ENDURANCE, by            
First Line: The june-grass waves in silvered sheets
Last Line: To reach the land of dreams.
Subject(s): Perseverance

The June-grass waves in silvered sheets;
A hawk sails lazily;
The road unwinds its ribboned way
To lead on endlessly.

Dust clouds circle across the plain,
A scorching wind moans by,
Mirages fling up blue-green lakes
To taunt the seeking eye.

The desert wastes must first be crossed
To find the cooling streams;
The barren spots must be traversed
To reach the land of dreams.

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