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First Line: A shadow-leaf parts between fingers
Last Line: And came back to us, like a dream that wants to sleep.
Subject(s): Relationships


A shadow-leaf parts between fingers;
Its pieces swing upward and wind
About the shadowy, blowing, blue hair of the day,
But the day shakes them loose, and they shiver down
Like bits of fire that have dreamed themselves cold. ...
So our friendship, as we walk along,
Slipped from us, to form a far-off, gossamer beauty,
And came back to us, like a dream that wants to sleep.





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