William Sidney Walker
Too Solemn For Day, Too Sweet For Night - Poem by William Sidney Walker
TOO solemn for day, too sweet for night,
Come not in darkness, come not in light;
But come in some twilight interim,
When the gloom is soft, and the light is dim.
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