John Bannister Tabb
In Tenebris - Poem by John Bannister Tabb
The dawn to ours is dusk to other eyes;
And, light away,
Our stars returning to their native skies
Forget the day.
If then, some life be brighter for the shade
That darkens mine,
To both, O
, more manifest be made
The light divine.
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