Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, IF I COULD TOUCH, by WILLIAM STANLEY BRAITHWAITE



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First Line: If I could touch your hand to-night
Last Line: The passing of a summer's night.
Subject(s): Love - Complaints


IF I could touch your hand to-night
And hear you speak one little word,
I then might understand your flight
Up the star steps, unseen, unheard.
If through the mists of gold and gray
If only some small part of you
Would speak, or touch, or rise in sight,
Death would be then between us two
The passing of a summer's night.





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