Fare Thee Well Emily
Let us part standing in the rain
Let the grey heavens wash away our stain,
While that soaking chill penetrates our bones,
Our wet hands drop, once more we stand alone.
No sadness now for we have had the best of each other;
We have moved through all moods known to perfect lovers;
Remembrances of such joy we won’t forget,
I bless my luck and part with fond regrets.
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