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night is dark, and the winter winds
splendid and terrible your love
dark-eyed
to what shall a woman liken her beloved
is there anybody there
stir
shines the last age, the next with hope is seen
death's nobility again
often is it not so?
i never knew the earth had so much gold
have you seen walking through the village

 



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