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SUNKEN GARDENS, by            
First Line: Your eyes, dear one, as sunken gardens deep
Last Line: Of life, when cups are drunken to their fill.
Subject(s): Gardens & Gardening; Life; Soul


Your eyes, dear one, as sunken gardens deep,
Reflect the quiet of contentment drowsily stretched
Upon the scene, as midnight on the waters lost in sleep,
Presents the heavens in miniature perfectly sketched.

None but the minds of kindred hearts may know
That calm, or catch the rapture of the thrill
Of souls who feel the soothing undertow
Of life, when cups are drunken to their fill.





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