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Full text of "New Poems And Variant Readings"

DREAMED OF FOREST ALLEYS FAIR   5
For memories oNove are more Than the white moon there above
And dearer than quiet moonshine Are the thoughts otBer I love.
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Last night I lingered long without
My last of loves to see. Alas ! the moon-white window-panes
Stared blindly back on me.
To-day I hold her very hand,
Her very waist embrace-— Like clouds across a pool, I read
Her thoughts upon her face.
And yet, as now, through her clear eyes
I seek the inner shrine— I stoop to read her virgin heart
In doubt if it be mine—
O looking long and fondly thus,
What vision should I see ? No vision, but my own white face
That grins and mimics mc%