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WITH HIS morning songs he knocks at our door bringing his greetings of sunrise.

With him we take our cattle to the fields and play our flute in the shade.

We lose him to find him again and again in the market crowd.

In the busy hour of the day we come upon him of a sudden, sitting on the wayside grass.

We march when he beats his drum,

We dance when he sings.

We stake our joys and sorrows to play his game to the end

He stands at the helm of our boat,

With him we rock on the perilous waves.

For him we light our lamp and wait when our day is done.

 

 

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