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A GRAVE, by            
First Line: A grave seems only six feet deep
Last Line: Its depths, how deep?
Subject(s): Graves; Immortality; Tombs; Tombstones

A grave seems only six feet deep
And three feet wide,
Viewed with the calculating eye
Of one outside.

But when fast bound in the chill loam
For that strange sleep,
Who knows how wide its realm may be?
Its depths, how deep?

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