Rearranged Reprise

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Interior with a Man Holding a Lyre and a Woman with a Music Score Marguerite Gérard

REARRANGED REPRISE

Porcelain smooth, pearly too,
With roses. The sapphire blues,
Keep them these, but the strands,
Let them stand neck length, thicker,
Wavy, like before. And may I have that
Starling bird among the harp—our song
Books and lyre—let music bridge together
Weightless, rising beyond petty and pretend,
Authenticated aspiration, not forever portend.
Able-bodied, genuine supports stable-bodied,
And independent means capable embodied.
Those beautiful beings must attend—harm
None. Stay all the haters and the hamper,
Answer as I wish, whimsical and lyrical.

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