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First Line: No sunny ray, no silver night
Last Line: . . . . . .
Subject(s): Consolation; Death; Grief; Loss; Love; Poetry & Poets; Silence; Dead, The; Sorrow; Sadness


NO sunny ray, no silver night,
Here cruelly alight!
Glare of noontide, star of e'en,
Otherwhere descend!
No violet-eyed green,
With its daisies' yellow end,
The dewy debt receive of any eye!
It is a grave: and she doth lie
'Neath roses' root,
And the fawn's mossy foot,
Under the skylark's grassy floor,
Whose graceful life held every day,—
As lilies, dew—as dews, the starry ray—
More music, grace delight than they.
When stars are few let light be here,
Of the softest, through the boughs
Berry-laden, sad and few;
And the wings of one small bird,
His form unseen, his voice unheard—
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