Goad Things

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Walter Breker, artwork for the poem Mondschaf  / Moonsheep by Christian Morgenstern, 1970/1905. Germany. 
The moonsheep stands upon the clearing. He waits and waits to get his shearing. The moonsheep.
The moonsheep plucks himself a blade returning to his alpine glade. The moonsheep.
The moonsheep murmurs in his dream: ‘I am the cosmos’ gloomy scheme.’ The moonsheep.
The moonsheep, in the morn, lies dead. His flesh is white, the sun is red.The moonsheep.
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design-is-fine:

Walter Breker, artwork for the poem Mondschaf  / Moonsheep by Christian Morgenstern, 1970/1905. Germany. 

The moonsheep stands upon the clearing.
He waits and waits to get his shearing.
The moonsheep.

The moonsheep plucks himself a blade
returning to his alpine glade.
The moonsheep.

The moonsheep murmurs in his dream:
‘I am the cosmos’ gloomy scheme.’
The moonsheep.

The moonsheep, in the morn, lies dead.
His flesh is white, the sun is red.
The moonsheep.