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Why stand ye still , ye virgins , in amaze , Upon her so to gaze , Whiles ye forget your former lay to sing , To which the woods did answer and your echo ring ? Her paps spirit But if you saw that which no eyes can see , The inward ...
The woodland trees that stand together , They stand to him each one a friend ; They gently speak in the windy weather ; They guide to valley and ridge's end . The kestrel hovering by day , And the little owls that call by night ...
No , to your telescope ; spy out the land ; Watch while her ritual is still to see , Still stand her temples emptying in the sand Whose waves o'erthrew their crumbled tracery ; Still stand uncalled - on her soul's appanage ; Much social ...
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Alas so all things now do hold their peace
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