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WHITE DUSK, by            
First Line: The fog is freezing on the trees and shrubs
Last Line: Like white thoughts smiling through gray memory.
Alternate Author Name(s): Havighurst, Walter, Mrs.
Subject(s): Fog; Frost; Ghosts; Supernatural; Haze


THE fog is freezing on the trees and shrubs;
Each tendril of the larch is edged with lace;
The tiniest twigs are filigreed with frost;
There is faint movement through an open space—
And lovely white ghosts wake mysteriously
Like white thoughts smiling through gray memory.





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