Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, CURIOUS, by BERNICE LESBIA KENYON



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First Line: Most curious that she should weep
Last Line: Impetuously given.
Alternate Author Name(s): Gilkyson, Walter, Mrs.
Subject(s): Curiosities & Wonders; Enigmas; Oddities


MOST curious that she should weep
Who had no tears to waste
On any matter, light or deep,
That was not to her taste.

Her lips were always turned with scorn,
Her eyes persistently
Lifted above the crowd. Forlorn—
That she would never be.

Yet something touched her in the end;
The barriers are riven,
And all the tears she would not spend
Impetuously given.





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