Famous Smoulderingly Poems by Famous Poets
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by Thompson, Francis
For he saw what she did not see,
That -- as kindled by its own fervency --
The verge shrivelled inward smoulderingly:
And suddenly 'twixt his hand and hers
He knew the twenty withered years --
No flower, but twenty shrivelled years.
"Was never such thing until this hour,"
Low to his heart he said; "the flower
Of sleep brings wakening to me,
And of oblivion, memory."
"Was never this thing to me," he said,
"Though with bruisèd poppies my feet are red...Read More
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