[POEM] An Earthly Calx Good and Pure by Khalil-Ghibran


" Meadows of large studded hills
Appear among Elysian fields

Slopes of fringed laurels draped
Above clad olive escapes

Plains covered with groves
Overhung hiding the roads

Lush branches afford shade
By faintest smell of sage

It can be increased first to ten
Then to a hundred and so again

In this place take for sure
An earthly calc good and pure"

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