Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, APPARITIONS, by THOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH



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First Line: At noon of night, and at the night's pale end
Last Line: Than that the quick should die?
Subject(s): Ghosts


AT noon of night, and at the night's pale end,
Such things have chanced to me
As one, by day, would scarcely tell a friend
For fear of mockery.

Shadows, you say, mirages of the brain!
I know not, faith, not I.
Is it more strange the dead should walk again
Than that the quick should die?





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