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Night

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Fair is the wedded reign of Night and Day.
Each rules a half of earth with different sway,
Exchanging kingdoms, East and West, alway.

Like the round pearl that Egypt drunk in wine,
The sun half sinks i' the brimming, rosy brine:
The wild Night drinks all up: how her eyes shine!

Now the swift sail of straining life is furled,
And through the stillness of my soul is whirled

The throbbing of the hearts of half the world.
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Jungle 1030 04 April 2019

I am really inspired by this poem. It is fantastic. No, amazing or incredible! ! !

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Ratnakar Mandlik 06 April 2016

Fair is the wedded reign of night and day Each rules a half of earth with different sway. Hats off to the flight of imagery.

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