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Table of Contents
Vade Mecum I
Vade Mecum II
Vade Mecum III
Vade Mecum IV
Vade Mecum V
Vade Mecum VI
Vade Mecum VII
Vade Mecum VIII
Vade Mecum IX
Vade Mecum X
Meleant`e I
Meleant`e II
Meleant`e III
Meleant`e IV
Meleant`e V
Meleant`e VI
Meleant`e VII
Meleant`e VIII
Meleant`e IX
So it was in the ignorance of his desert friend that they brought him cruelly but humbly on to his earthly end. Were it not for my eyes and the truth that I see, this act of contrition I knew was to be, of unceremonious and unholy part, they sliced open his breast and pulled out his heart. And the moon came silver and the sun grew shy and the painted heaven of the shadowed sky grew a dismal draft and a scented rain of a rising soul of the newly slain. And the edge of ever called a lowly rumble and the sky drew quiet and myself grew humble. On the rim of eternity did the cool rain fall, did my heart wait quiet of his far-off call, did the moon grow black and the sun did sink, of his soul did pass and the desert drink. And the night did come and the day did end, and I turned away and met tomorrow, away from yesterday and it's sorrow, away from Abel, away from my friend.
Vade Mecum     (Come With Me)