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YOU remember where in starlight
We two wandered hand in hand,
While the night-flowers poured their perfume,

At Last

Down, down like a pale leaf dropping
Under an autumn sky,
My love dropped into my bosom

Dante To Beatrice

I SEE thee, gliding towards me with slow pace
Across the azure fields of Paradise,
Where thine each footstep makes a star arise.

At The Linn-Side

O LIVING, living water,
So busy and so bright,
Aye flashing in the morning beams,
And sounding through the night;

Eudoxia. First Picture

O SWEETEST my sister, my sister that sits in the sun,
Her lap full of jewels, and roses in showers on her hair;

Semper Fidelis

THINK you, had we two lost fealty, something would not, as I sit
With this book upon my lap here, come and overshadow it?

Michael The Archangel

MY white archangel, with thy steadfast eyes
Beholding all this empty ghost-filled room,


Mine to the core of the heart, my beauty!
Mine, all mine, and for love, not duty:
Love given willingly, full and free,

The Path Through The Corn

WAVY and bright in the summer air,
Like a pleasant sea when the wind blows fair,
And its roughest breath has scarcely curled

Guns Of Peace

GHOSTS of dead soldiers in the battle slain,
Ghosts of dead heroes dying nobler far,
In the long patience of inglorious war,

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