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love poem quote

against the green flame of the hawthorn-tree
one sweetly solemn thought
i have had one fear in my life
it is true that you say the gods are more use to you than fairies
when sea-winds pierced our solitudes
gone before us
the darkness steals the forms of all the queens
sleep sweetly in your humble graves
days endeared to every muse
once this soft turf
tell me less or tell me more

 



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