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Is it too late to touch you, Dear? We this moment knew -- Love Marine and Love terrene -- Love celestial too --
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Jesus! thy Crucifix Enable thee to guess The smaller size! Jesus! thy second face Mind thee in Paradise Of ours!
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My friend must be a Bird -- Because it flies! Mortal, my friend must be, Because it dies! Barbs has it, like a Bee! Ah, curious friend! Thou puzzlest me!
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My River runs to thee -- Blue Sea! Wilt welcome me? My River wait reply -- Oh Sea -- look graciously -- I'll fetch thee Brooks From spotted nooks -- Say -- Sea -- Take Me!
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They might not need me -- yet they might -- I'll let my Heart be just in sight -- A smile so small as mine might be Precisely their necessity --
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We outgrow love, like other things And put it in the Drawer -- Till it an Antique fashion shows -- Like Costumes Grandsires wore.
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"Heavenly Father" -- take to thee The supreme iniquity Fashioned by thy candid Hand In a moment contraband -- Though to trust us -- seems to us More respectful -- "We are Dust" -- We apologize to thee For thine own Duplicity --
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All but Death, can be Adjusted -- Dynasties repaired -- Systems -- settled in their Sockets -- Citadels -- dissolved -- Wastes of Lives -- resown with Colors By Succeeding Springs -- Death -- unto itself -- Exception -- Is exempt from Change --
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Are Friends Delight or Pain? Could Bounty but remain Riches were good -- But if they only stay Ampler to fly away Riches are sad.
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Between the form of Life and Life The difference is as big As Liquor at the Lip between And Liquor in the Jug The latter -- excellent to keep -- But for ecstatic need The corkless is superior -- I know for I have tried
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Did life's penurious length Italicize its sweetness, The men that daily live Would stand so deep in joy That it would clog the cogs Of that revolving reason Whose esoteric belt Protects our sanity.
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He put the Belt around my life I heard the Buckle snap -- And turned away, imperial, My Lifetime folding up -- Deliberate, as a Duke would do A Kingdom's Title Deed -- Henceforth, a Dedicated sort -- A Member of the Cloud. Yet not too far to come at call -- And do the little Toils That make the Circuit of the Rest -- And deal occasional smiles To lives that stoop to notice mine -- And kindly ask it in -- Whose invitation, know you not For Whom I must decline?
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I felt my life with both my hands To see if it was there -- I held my spirit to the Glass, To prove it possibler -- I turned my Being round and round And paused at every pound To ask the Owner's name -- For doubt, that I should know the Sound -- I judged my features -- jarred my hair -- I pushed my dimples by, and waited -- If they -- twinkled back -- Conviction might, of me -- I told myself, "Take Courage, Friend -- That -- was a former time -- But we might learn to like the Heaven, As well as our Old Home!"
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I held a Jewel in my fingers -- And went to sleep -- The day was warm, and winds were prosy -- I said "'Twill keep" -- I woke -- and chid my honest fingers, The Gem was gone -- And now, an Amethyst remembrance Is all I own --
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I hide myself within my flower, That fading from your Vase, You, unsuspecting, feel for me -- Almost a loneliness.
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I stole them from a Bee -- Because -- Thee -- Sweet plea -- He pardoned me!
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I went to Heaven -- 'Twas a small Town -- Lit -- with a Ruby -- Lathed -- with Down -- Stiller -- than the fields At the full Dew -- Beautiful -- as Pictures -- No Man drew. People -- like the Moth -- Of Mechlin -- frames -- Duties -- of Gossamer -- And Eider -- names -- Almost -- contented -- I -- could be -- 'Mong such unique Society --
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I would distil a cup, And bear to all my friends, Drinking to her no more astir, By beck, or burn, or moor!
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