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Thalia Field

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sand's infinitely solid, infinitely wide. Not a single grain skips or
blows—cemented, glued. The old folks stare, and the sand hardens,
absorbing secretions, drying to shell. Waves abuse it and can't make a
scratch. Now their seeing's silk, to wear down glass tabletops. The
seeing sea's