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TOWARDS DEMOCRACY: PART 3. A RIVERDERCI, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Once more in dreams, wandering along the road by the sea
Last Line: And laughing part with bright a rivederci.
Subject(s): Absence; Love; Separation; Isolation


ONCE more in dreams, wandering along the road by the sea,
I tarry a moment leaning my elbows on the wall beside you—
I look out over the blue waves with your eyes, and feel the sun on me as
you that feel it;
My mother it is that sits in the balcony among her pots of oleander in the
little narrow street, my boat that lies half-heeled upon the sand;
These are my mountains that I love,
This is your face and mine clear-cut upon the air.
Your life-warm lips I kiss and mine you kiss again,
And laughing part with bright a rivederci.





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