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First Line: A breath upon my face
Last Line: Tells me love is all.
Subject(s): Love

A breath upon my face,
A whisper at my ear,
Filling this leafy place,
Tell me love is here.
The sea-gloom of her eyes,
The apples of her breast,
The shadows where she lies,
A-tremble or at rest,
The little rosy knees,
The beech-brown of her hair --
A thousand things like these
Tell me love is fair.
The clinging of her kiss,
Her heart that looks beyond,
The joys she will not miss,
Tell me love is fond.
And when I am away,
A weary dying fall,
Haunting the wind by day,
Tells me love is all.

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