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the ships are lying in the bay
rose and amber was the sunset on the river
when sea-winds pierced our solitudes
there are gains for all our losses
sweet with fern and rose
with the sunset
where shall i find you
he came and took me by the hand
she said
these hearts were woven of human joys and cares
under the harvest moon
my son is dead and i am going blind
how shall i help to right the world that is going wrong

 



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