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Any time I catch you, you will pay.rnOr the secretive, impenetrable CousinrnLilias (the family black sheep?), whornSeems to move in time to a bellrnthat tollsrnBeyond the carehil measures ofrnnight and day,rnHer mind a prospect of indifferentrnskies.rnOr Uncle Wallace, who, with sifter inrnhand, preaches the virtues of restraint . . .

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