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    They forage for scraps out in the open
        and glean what they can from the already-harvested vineyards of the wicked.
    They settle down night after night, naked since pawning their cloaks,
        and have nothing to protect them from the cold.
    The hard mountain rains soak them
        as they press themselves against rocks in the absence of real shelter;

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