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LET LOVE GO, IF GO SHE WILL     41
And we Would see you happy, dear, or die.
Therefore be brave, and therefore, dear, be free;
Try all things resolutely, till the best,
Out of all lesser betters, you shall find;
And we, who have learned greatness from, you, we, Your lovers, with a still, contented mind, See you well anchored in some port of rest.
LET LOVE GO, IF GO SHE WILL
LET love go, if go she will.
Seek not, O fool, her wanton flight to stay.
Of all she gives and takes away The best remains behind her still.
The best remains behind; in vain Joy she may give and take again, Joy she may take and leave us pain,
If yet she leave behind
The constant mind To meet all fortunes nobly, to endure All things with a good heart, and still be pure, Still to be foremost in the foremost cause, And still be worthy of the love that was. Love coming is- omnipotent indeed, But not Love going.   Let her go.   The seed