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Friday, January 08, 2010
Venice - III - The Weathervane of Fortune
Across from the Lion of St. Mark,
lulled by the mosaic of the canal,
turns the weathervane of Luck.
The claw of force
versus the idling fate.
Whose side should I take?
Whose eloquence should I deny?
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