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THE SCARLET FEATHER, by            
First Line: Did you think I'd follow you
Last Line: If you should turn -- and follow me.
Subject(s): Red (Color)


Did you think I'd follow you
As your small gray shadows do?
Did you not know that I must run
Alive and laughing, in the sun?

That sometimes I must even wear
A scarlet feather in my hair?
A feather that were plain to see
If you should turn -- and follow me.





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