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have you not heard
mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam
sun and wind and beat of sea
the rain was over, and the brilliant air
sing again the song you sung
over the river, on the hill
splendid and terrible your love
which i wish to remark
death's nobility again
i bid them all farewell
short and sweet, and we've come to the end of it
i gazed upon the glorious sky

 



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