Let blow the winter, and mourn me in its tearful elegance.

Let fall the tempest upon my home, and annul me with its gorgeous fury.

Let the summer sear my throat, and render arid the soil from which I grew.

And take it all shall I in stride, for whose life is it but mine that thrives upon this very moment.

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