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Babylon
The child alone a poet is:
Spring and Fairyland are his.

Truth and Reason show but dim,
And all’s poetry with him.

Rhyme and music flow in plenty
For the lad of one-and-twenty,
But Spring for him is no more now
Than daisies to a munching cow;
Just a cheery pleasant season,
Daisy buds to live at ease on.

He’s forgotten how he smiled
And shrieked at snowdrops when a child,
Or wept one evening secretly
For April’s glorious misery.

Wisdom made him old and wary
Banishing the Lords of Faery.

Wisdom made a breach and battered
Babylon to bits: she scattered
To the hedges and ditches
All our nursery gnomes and witches.

Lob and Puck, poor frantic elves,
Drag their treasures from the shelves.

Jack the Giant-killer’s gone,
Mother Goose and Oberon,
Bluebeard and King Solomon.

Robin, and Red Riding Hood
Take together to the wood,
And Sir Galahad lies hid
In a cave with Captain Kidd.

None of all the magic hosts,
None remain but a few ghosts
Of timorous heart, to linger on
Weeping for lost Babylon.
Written by: Robert Graves