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to be peeped at like a wild lion through the iron bars--to gnash one's teeth and howl, through the long still night, to the merry ring of a heavy chain and to roll and twine among the straw, transported with such brave music.
What vexes to where I gnash my teeth is that in terms of the sprit, the land feels as if it belongs to the people.
It was a meditation about the first snow of winter -- an event that often leads adults to wail and gnash their teeth.