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Strings in the Earth and Air

 Strings in the earth and air 
Make music sweet; 
Strings by the river where 
The willows meet.
There's music along the river For Love wanders there, Pale flowers on his mantle, Dark leaves on his hair.
All softly playing, With head to the music bent, And fingers straying Upon an instrument.

Poem by James Joyce
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