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BODY CLOCK I FEEL my eyelids both unlock, to the ticktock of the clock, My mind now awake from close-down, facial Awareness relieving my frown, Eyelids flutter, being torn from sweet dreams, As mind and body seek to satisfy extremes, In warmth, snoring unison now defunct, as others Equally now grunt, Darkness once more calls to entrap, as instant recovery Leaves the afternoon nap, Although still sleepy, 'where am I?' from dream unreal, The bell rings and we're ever ready for the evening meal.

GEORGE CARRICK, Cramlington.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Aug 26, 2009
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