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i said, i have shut my heart
at midnight
in halls of sleep you wandered by
those black eyes i once so praised
the ships are lying in the bay
softly weeping
had he and i but met
i heard the wind all day
my true love from her pillow rose
give me
give me hunger
rising moon has hid the stars
she might have known it in the earlier spring
let us plant


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