Short of limb, but agile still, the publican Searched for a spot and found it in a sycamore, A vantage point above the heads of pressing crowd, From which to see and hear the one Who came teaching and preaching Christ. And as he climbed, greed fled the heights And restitution winged its way To where he was and rested there.
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