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First Line: The spring, the lilac-scented night
Last Line: To flame the embers of desire.
Subject(s): Desire


The Spring, the lilac-scented night;
The music, the moon, and the flowing fountain
Beside this bench. Your whispered plight,
Your silken hair, your patrician neck.
Your winsome smile, and eyes that tell
Of pleasure-mingled pain. The dancing speck
Of moonbeam on your lips ... your lips—
All, but most of all, your lips, conspire
To flame the embers of desire.





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