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North American Dreaming: The Shared Amount Of Blood

William Burkholder's concern is that the memories of brave men should not die.

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My feeble assertions toward life
Intense, pretentious...
Never the less Inaudible.
This thirst of mine,
This communion with the enchanted Sub Macro,
This trace of blood,
strewn upon thine crest,
Brawny lads all,
have shed their shared amount.
Lest the bustle of souls forget.
And the memories of brave men die.


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