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~~~ ' Ebullience ' ~~~
' Ebullience '
Through feints of wind-chaffed arpents' willow,
Dawn's Bengal rays bathe song-thrush pillow;
'Midst cavalcades of spectral yolk,
Fly angel daughters o' azure cloak.
Each shedding love, to die a bit,
Thenst sheathe, thereof, a hate unfit,
For shades of youth bent 'pon the night,
In flameless fires' unseen delight.
Beyond His veil; behind the stars,
A secret land unknown is ours;
Whereth ears of rye hula and prance,
Thence chervils slice gust's simian dance.
Teased prairie rockets fire wild for those,
Atlantic scents from Albion rose;
Which drift atop peaked bachelor's buttons,
Whose cyan blush quests pollened gluttons.
Harsh thunders roar in Thorian style,
Exasperated booms beguile;
Fleet larks bestir, their blurs concur,
As heavn's hair steals golden mile.
Now father sky hides baby's eye,
As clouds soak sunlight's tears;
Lo, all is fine, June shines divine,
Just springtide changing gears.