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SONGS OF THE SEA CHILDREN: 73, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Once more the woods grow crimson
Last Line: Your hand-touch -- and be sure.
Subject(s): Time; Desire


Once more the woods grow crimson,
Once more the year burns down,
Once more my feet come home
To the little seaboard town.
Once more I learn desire
Prevails but to endure,
And the heart springs to meet
Your hand-touch -- and be sure.





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