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First Line: From dusk to dawn, the worlds on high
Last Line: I'll journey in a dream.
Subject(s): Love - Loss Of


I

From dusk to dawn, the worlds on high
In haughty splendor pass --
Give me the friendly worlds that lie
At morn upon the grass.

II

The wood burns down to embers,
The embers fall to ashes;
But still my heart remembers
To warm its cold Decembers
At fires beneath your lashes.

III

I did not see you draw;
So swift the thrust you made,
I did not feel the blade;
'Twas only when I saw
The hate within your eye,
Love felt that he must die.

IV

From Arcady to Avalon
Are many roads to go:
Through foamy lanes of azure seas,
Through mountain trails of snow.
I'll take a shorter way, tonight,
Adown a moonlit stream;
From Arcady to Avalon
I'll journey in a dream.





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