Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, RECONCILIATION, by THOMAS EDWARD BROWN



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RECONCILIATION, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: There is a place where he hath split the hills
Last Line: Ah! Brother, may we not be joined again?
Alternate Author Name(s): Brown, T. E.
Subject(s): Reconciliation


THERE is a place where He hath split the hills;
No water fills
The gap --
A bow-shot wide
Side stands to side,
Indenture perfectly opposed,
The outlet closed
By seeming overlap --
So severed are our hearts, so rent our wills;
And yet the old correlatives remain --
Ah! brother, may we not be joined again?





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