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Liberty

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The last light has gone out of the world, except
This moonlight lying on the grass like frost
Beyond the brink of the tall elm's shadow.
It is as if everything else had slept
Many an age, unforgotten and lost -
The men that were, the things done, long ago,
All I have thought; and but the moon and I
Live yet and here stand idle over a grave
Where all is buried. Both have liberty
To dream what we could do if we were free
To do some thing we had desired long,
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Michael Mason 11 November 2012
I have only just discovered Edward Thomas, this is the first of his poems I have read, and I love it. I am going to research him, I know I won't be disappointed.
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