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Lost Love: Robert Graves

His eyes are quickened so with grief, He can watch a grass or leaf Every instant grow; he can Clearly through a flint wall see, Or watch the startled spirit flee From the throat of a dead man. Across two … Continue reading

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‘How Quietly Love Went’: Anon

How quietly the summer day went by How quietly the colour and the light And all the amber radiance of the sky Changed to the quiet peacefulness of night. How quietly love went – I never heard The beating of … Continue reading

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