Stanzas 9 and 10

The darkness like a blanket tight,

Wraps loosely round his head,

A moon comes up, and bursts 'to light,

And burns with firey red.

  

The sky is crossed by a great wall,

It's made of yellow clouds,

And nine grey birds, they duck and call,

And circle round and round.

The End

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