Tutankhamen, nineteen, Pharaoh for three thousand years over darkness, over his untouched tomb uncovered by chance by Carter, archaeologist, exposing unsung an era in faience obsidian onyx gold, inanimates animating culture and karma, the lotiform wishing cup chanting still through alabaster: "Live, O King! Live, live, thy Ka. " But no wind yet has stirred to dance these bones.
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