Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, UNSATISFIED YEARNING, by RICHARD KENDALL MUNKITTRICK

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UNSATISFIED YEARNING, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Down in the silent hallway
Last Line: In order to get in.
Subject(s): Animals; Dogs

Thy smile-adorned face?
They, the sparkling rays
That the dawn of day
Sends through the silent trees,
Have they hurt thee?
Cease not to smile
The sun will set soon,
The darkness fall,
"Ave Maria" sing the breeze.
Then, my soul's sovereign deity,
Why sad, like a crushed flower,
Through the long, long hours of night,
Made bright with the moon's light,
We will hold our tryst

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