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nature poem

he came and took me by the hand
somewhere i read a strange, old, rusty tale
a poet, having taken the bridle off his tongue
under a spreading chestnut tree
she knows a cheap release
i loathed you
burly, dozing humble-bee
as i lie roofed in, screened in
the hypocritic days
gone are the three, those sisters rare
moonlight deep and tender
see i give myself to you
give me


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