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dark poetry

let us pity those who are better off than we are
in an old chamber softly lit
have we no shame?
a few more windy days
i stand in the cold gray weather
beautiful, tragical faces
i stood by the open casement
sleep, gray brother of death
a very remarkable history this is
these be
with lips blood red and heart of stone


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