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Prelude Of War
They trudged up the hollow hill, where bodies laid in sombre still
Tis' not bleesed saving ground, where all there be is dying sound
Be at top where sandbags littered, soldiers faces so embittered
That they did lose a fierce old fight, with all they had of will and might
Prelude Of Day
A street doth lift its foggy cloak
Outs the cars that hum and drum
Sends off the hurried working folk
Shoos the children with grisly glum
Prelude Of Joy
Toll the great bells of eager
Wave the turgid flags so elated
Let cannons not be meagre
To what we have created
Prelude Of Obstacle
A wall cut through a glowing field
In my path is where I heeled
And looked did I to its tall top
Where rays of sun bounced and popped.
Prelude Of Dilemma
Dilemmas are mountains that grow to their troubling
Dotted by pointed rocks of predicaments and impasses
Battered by the bitter wind of stalemates and deadlocks
They steeper with every snag and hurdle that abounds


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