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1  Dispersed are we, the music wailed.
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2  For I hear music, they were saying.
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3  The music chanted: Dispersed are we.
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4  Then the music petered out on the last word we.
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5  Exiled from its festival, the music turned ironical.
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6  Dispersed are we, the music wailed; dispersed are we.
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7  Round and round they whirled, intoxicated by the music.
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8  They had left the greenhouse door open, and now music came through it.
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9  And then, as they raised themselves and turned about, the music modulated.
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10  Yes, they barred the music, and massed and hoarded; and prevented what was fluid from overflowing.
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11  They were not too regular; but regular enough to suggest columns in a church; in a church without a roof; in an open-air cathedral, a place where swallows darting seemed, by the regularity of the trees, to make a pattern, dancing, like the Russians, only not to music, but to the unheard rhythm of their own wild hearts.
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