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  • The Newly Dead

    With the light just quenched in their eyes
    They lie in their graves 'neath the skies, ...
  • A Song For The Hills
    Here is the freedom men die for,--die for but never know;
    Here is the peace they pray for shrined in eternal snow;
    Down on the plain the city moans with a human cry,
    But here there is naught but silence,--peace, and the wide, wide sky. ...
  • Night In May
    The snowy clouds, soft sleeping lambkins, lie
    Along the dark blue meadows of the sky,
    And the bright stars, like golden daffodils,
    Are blooming thickly by. ...
  • Zoroaster

    The light of a new day was on his brow,
    The faith of a great dawn was on his tongue; ...
  • The Story Of Moses
    This is the story of Moses,
    The earliest scribe that we keep:
    Void was the earth and formless,
    And dark was the face of the deep, ...
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Why Do I Love?
 by Wilfrid Scawen Blunt

Why do I love?
Is it for men to choose
The hour of the hushed night when crowned with dews
From its sea grave the morning star shall wake?
Lo, while we drowsed, it rose on our heart's ache,
And all our heaven was red with the day's hues,
And glad birds chaunted from the trees above.
So was it with my heart that might not choose

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