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The Frightened Man

 In fear of the rich mouth
I kissed the thin,--
Even that was a trap
To snare me in.
Even she, so long The frail, the scentless, Is become strong, And proves relentless.
O, forget her praise, And how I sought her Through a hazardous maze By shafted water.

by Louise Bogan
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