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Ailanthus

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Treacle, O agéd ailanthus
Seeps from the lips of olden
Myths—
from light doth myth embark.
“Lose yourself, dear founders.”
Whispers the epitaph of reason
to lonely men—
From cold conclaves it utters,

“Anathema! ”
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