Winston Edgar Hall
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A startled creature shrieks with fright as
Though cringing at an entering light, but
Fierce winds whip and weather the night
While whisking away all fearful plight.
Soothing sounds of songbirds swell
Like the dissipation-of-nighttime's bell;
Night being their equivalence of Hell,
Therefore welcoming the morning spell.