Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, COMPANIONS, by GEORGIA DOUGLAS JOHNSON



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First Line: No, never quite alone am I.
Last Line: I know there will be sorrow.
Alternate Author Name(s): Tremaine, John
Subject(s): Love - Unrequited


No, never quite alone am I.
Of ill why should I borrow?
No matter where my footsteps bend
There also follows sorrow.

And she has taught my lips to sing
A rapt and dauntless measure
While all the world goes envying
My mellow noted treasure.

No, I have never walked alone!
And as I face tomorrow,
If I am still bereft of joy
I know there will be sorrow.





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