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palm to palm

palm to paw

paw to earth

earth to root

root to trunk

trunk to branch

branch to wing

wing to petal

petal to wind

wind to breath

breath to life

life to body

body to earth

earth into body

body receives life

life as breath

breath exhales wind

wind touches petal

petal offers wing

wing embraces branch

branch reaches trunk

trunk connects root

root feeds earth

earth kisses paw

paw touches palm

palm holds palm

this is the circle

no beginning

no end

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