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Gargaphie

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Succinctae sacra Dianae
'.-OVID

There the ragged sunlight lay
Tawny on thick ferns and gray
On dark waters: dimmer,
Lone and deep, the cypress grove
Bowered mystery and wove
Braided lights, like those that love

On the pearl plumes of a dove
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