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First Line: A certain chopin prelude once I heard
Last Line: With beauty, shaken by magic of that song.
Subject(s): Chopin, Frederic Francois (1810-1849); Love; Pain; Singing & Singers; Soul; Suffering; Misery; Songs


A CERTAIN Chopin prelude once I heard.
Strive as I may to tell, no mortal word
Can all-express that music. Like a bird
My soul went up the blue -- the sweetest pain,
The deepest passion, love without a stain,
A high and holy yearning that had lain
Buried, did come in a white company,
In tremulous procession, unto me.
For an immortal moment I was free
Of the flesh, and leaped in spirit and was strong
With beauty, shaken by magic of that song.





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