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LOUISA MAY ALCOTT, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: As the wind at play with a spark
Last Line: Into the infinite light.
Alternate Author Name(s): Chandler, Ellen Louise
Subject(s): Alcott, Louisa May (1832-1888); Novels & Novelists


IN MEMORIAM

As the wind at play with a spark
Of fire that glows through the night,
As the speed of the soaring lark
That wings to the sky his flight,
So swiftly thy soul has sped
On its upward, wonderful way,
Like the lark, when the dawn is red,
In search of the shining day.

Thou art not with the frozen dead
Whom earth in the earth we lay,
While the bearers softly tread,
And the mourners kneel and pray;
From thy semblance, dumb and stark,
The soul has taken its flight --
Out of the finite dark,
Into the Infinite Light.





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