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The Five Senses

by Arthur Macy

In "The Five Senses" by Arthur Macy, embark on a poetic journey that transcends the ordinary and delves into the profound tapestry of human experience. Macy's verses weave a mesmerizing tale, capturing the essence of life through the lens of the five senses. Each stanza is a brushstroke, painting the canvas of existence with vivid imagery and poignant metaphors.

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