Sisyphus

One must imagine the boulder,
gladdened
by centered praise
as it triumphs the crest.

Such a fine job it has done,
how deserved a spot it occupies;
and with what ease a being of
real, pure character
can accomplish such
leisurely ascension!

And so the boulder slips and rolls,
to resume the game,
to conquer the hill yet again

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