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First Line: The moon has gone to her rest
Last Line: Then shall ye sleep.
Subject(s): Grief; Hearts; Love - Loss Of; Night; Sleep; Solitude; Sorrow; Sadness; Bedtime; Loneliness

THE Moon has gone to her rest,
A full hour ago.
The Pleiads have found a nest
In the waves below.
Slow, the Hours one by one
In Midnight's footsteps creep.
Lovers who lie alone
Soon wake to weep.
Slow-footed tortoise Hours, will ye not hasten on,
Till from his prison
In the golden East
A new day shall have risen,
And the last stars be gone,
Like guests belated from a bridal feast?
When the long night is done
Then shall ye sleep.

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