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The Wait Analysis



Author: Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke Type: Poetry Views: 121

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It is life in slow motion,

it's the heart in reverse,

it's a hope-and-a-half:

too much and too little at once.It's a train that suddenly

stops with no station around,

and we can hear the cricket,

and, leaning out the carriagedoor, we vainly contemplate

a wind we feel that stirs

the blooming meadows, the meadows

made imaginary by this stop.





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