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sympathy poem

in september
why then, must we see?
lady, your heart has turned to dust
roses and gold
give me
moonlight deep and tender
my true love from her pillow rose
a life on the ocean wave
i stood by the open casement
within my hand i hold
beautiful, tragical faces
had he and i but met
her face is fair and smooth and fine
my soul goes clad in gorgeous things

 



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