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SONGS OF THE SEA CHILDREN: 35, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Eyes like summer after sundown
Last Line: When the wind is gone.
Subject(s): Beauty


Eyes like summer after sundown,
Hands like roses after dew,
Lyric as a blown rose garden
The wind wanders through.
Swelling breasts that bud to crimson,
Hair like cobwebs after dawn,
And the rosy mouth wind-rifled
When the wind is gone.





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