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On The Threshold

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O God, my dream! I dreamed that you were dead;
Your mother hung above the couch and wept
Whereon you lay all white, and garlanded
With blooms of waxen whiteness. I had crept
Up to your chamber-door, which stood ajar,
And in the doorway watched you from afar,
Nor dared advance to kiss your lips and brow.
I had no part nor lot in you, as now;
Death had not broken between us the old bar;
Nor torn from out my heart the old, cold sense
Of your misprision and my impotence.
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Dr Antony Theodore 19 September 2019
Death had not broken between us the old bar; Nor torn from out my heart the old, cold sense Of your misprision and my impotence. very nice poem. tony
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