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The River-Captain’s Wife – A Letter

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I with my hair in its first fringe
Romped outside breaking flower-heads.
You galloped by on bamboo horses.
We juggled green plums round the well.
Living in Chang-kan village,
Two small people without guile.

At fourteen I married you sir,
So bashful I could only hide,
My frowning face turned to the wall.
Called after - never looking back.
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* Sunprincess * 12 September 2015
...........beautiful composition, the imagery is superb ?
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