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mother daughter poem

one with you
i was a goddess ere the marble found me
when the veil from the eyes is lifted
eighty years have passed, and more
let us express our baser passions
there were three in the meadow by the brook
be in me as the eternal moods
we were not many
uplifting, as the wind blew
i saw you hunched and shivering on the stones
up to her chamber window

 



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