High on a sun-bathed peak I trod
Through granite rocks and snow
Below me lay the world.
Tiring, I sat pensive on
A rough gray monster of stone
A fresh, cool wind bathed
My earth-tired brain.
’Neath my feet lay
The farms.
All squared with wheat and hay
Light green against dark
Tan against brown.
Detached--my mind reasoned.

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