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i love you poem

a pen of steel
old wine to drink
over the river, on the hill
often is it not so?
lived by the river-side
and with the humming bird
lady, your heart has turned to dust
roses and gold
green afternoon serene and bright
the darkness steals the forms of all the queens
muffled drum's sad roll has beat
i love my life, but not too well
why so sad my lovely one?


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