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The Flying Buttress
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The Flying Buttress, every day and night,
Continues in his long, unwearied flight.
He’s not a song-bird, but he’s said to be
Famed for his beauty and his Symmetry.
He frequents an old abbey or a manse;
The ostrich eats him if he gets a chance.