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    [post_content] => The sun
Was like a flashing sword
That ran down my veil
Of tears

The sun
Was a red-hot breath
Of fire, splitting from
My whole being

I tightened the trigger
I felt the sweat
The sun destroyed the balance
Of the beach

I’d been happy
The bullets sank, leaving a mark
Like giving four sharp knocks
At the door.

(from ‘The Outsider’ by Albert Camus)
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The Outsider in the Sun

Jake Reynolds

The sun
Was like a flashing sword
That ran down my veil
Of tears

The sun
Was a red-hot breath
Of fire, splitting from
My whole being

I tightened the trigger
I felt the sweat
The sun destroyed the balance
Of the beach

I’d been happy
The bullets sank, leaving a mark
Like giving four sharp knocks
At the door.

(from ‘The Outsider’ by Albert Camus)