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It came. Through shaded glen, round hill, through vale came leviathan, its great single eye piercing the shadows within moss-lined banks, freezing creatures great and small with its baleful yellow gaze... Over brook, past bluffs crept he, slow, ponderous, sinuously, causing earth and forest to quiver, sending tree-dwellers scurrying frantically to safer abodes, chattering their fear and terror... Far through the forest and dale all heard his breath, and trembled, slinking away silently to hidden places deep in secluded glens far from the fuming breath of leviathan... Leviathan of 300 cubits length, who crawled the path of twin steel rails... April 24, 1974

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