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HIS THRONE, by            
First Line: When love has lost his bite and sting
Last Line: Embalmed in memories.
Alternate Author Name(s): Davies, W. H.
Subject(s): Love


When Love has lost his bite and sting,
And all his fire has gone —
What other god shall take his place,
And fill his golden throne?

Where Love has sat, there let him lie,
Whether he lives or dies;
Still on that throne, where none succeeds,
Embalmed in memories.





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