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Daphne

 Why do you follow me?—
Any moment I can be
Nothing but a laurel-tree.
Any moment of the chase I can leave you in my place A pink bough for your embrace.
Yet if over hill and hollow Still it is your will to follow, I am off;—to heel, Apollo!

by Edna St Vincent Millay
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