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F. Hopkinson Smith
Broadway on dry nights, or rather that part known
as the Great White Way, is a crowded thoroughfare,
dominated by lofty buildings, the sky-line studded
with constellations of colored signs pencilled in fire.
Broadway on wet, rain-drenched nights is the fairy
concourse of the Wonder City of the World, its asphalt
splashed with liquid jewels afloat in molten gold.
Across this flood of frenzied brilliance surge hurrying
mobs, dodging the ceaseless traffic, trampling
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