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The Lighthouse illuminates, stygian

as lead. The coast of Maine

glisters like a metal brim. I have no home

as long as spring plashing to its head

boils for that day when a lover

craves for my name,

the embers of fire are heaped between the bodies

of all whose religion is the whip and flame,

night after night, I work hard at forgetting.