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de CLEYRE, Voltairine “And Thou Too”
Article published on 17 September 2009
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"And thou too". St.Johns, Michigan; 1888. 3s.(3p.). Typescript (unsigned)

Ishill Collection, Harvard
The moonlight rolls down like a river,
The silence streams out like a sea;
And far where the eastern winds quiver,
My farewell goes floating to thee.
 
Like night, when the sunset is fading
And starbeams troop up in the skies,
Through a cold, dark and lonely forever
Gleams the light of the poet eyes.
 
And sometimes when I am weary,
When the path is thorny and Wild,
I’ll look back to the Eyes in the twilight,
Back to the eyes that smiled.

arrow On web : You may see the whole poem on the "Encyclopedia" of the Recollection books website

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