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  • Theme of Love (POEMS)
    • Sonnet 43
      • "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways."
      • "I love thee to the depth, breadth and height"
      • "I shall love thee better after death."
    • She walks in Beauty
      • "She walks in beauty like the night"
      • "So soft, so calm, yet eloquent"
      • "A mind at peace with all below, A heart whose love is innocent!"
    • Cozy Apologia
      • "You,re bunkered in your Aarie, Im perched in mine"
      • "I could pick up anthing and think of you- This lamp,"
      • "Were thin but not as chewy"
    • Valentine
      • "Its scent will cling to your fingers, cling to your knife"
      • "Not a red rose or a satin heart"
      • "It will make your reflection a wobbling photo of grief"
    • A wife in London
      • "He - has fallen - in the far South Land....
      • "His hand, whom the worm now knows:"
      • "In the summer weather, And of a new love that they would learn."


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