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First Line: I knew, by that diviner sense
Last Line: To glad one mortal lover more.
Subject(s): Beauty; Passion


I knew, by that diviner sense
Which wakes to beauty sweet and lone,
Once more beneath the moonlit boughs
Astarte had unloosed her zone;
Immortal passion, fair and wild,
Remembering her joys of yore,
Had taken on the human guise
To glad one mortal lover more.





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