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sympathy poem

they ask me where i've been
under a spreading chestnut tree
thou unrelenting past
look back with longing eyes and know that i will follow
i fill this cup
i saw the archangels in my apple-tree last night
i have heard that a certain princess
the long resounding marble corridors
under dusky laurel leaf
before the solemn bronze saint
earth travails

 



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