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concrete poetry

star-dust and vaporous light
if i had known how narrow a prison is love
my soul goes clad in gorgeous things
take my bracelets
a sky that has never known sun, moon or stars
therefore i may not
sweet splendor
the darkness rolls upward
she might have known it in the earlier spring
when sea-winds pierced our solitudes
through the broad earth's aching breast
somewhere i read a strange, old, rusty tale
among the mountains i wandered


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