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Thomas Hardy (Томас Харди)


In the Mind’s Eye


That was once her casement,
And the taper nigh,
Shining from within there,
Beckoned, ‘Here am I!’

Now, as then, I see her
Moving at the pane;
Ah; ’tis but her phantom
Borne within my brain! –

Foremost in my vision
Everywhere goes she;
Change dissolves the landscapes,
She abides with me.

Shape so sweet and shy, Dear,
Who can say thee nay?
Never once do I, Dear,
Wish thy ghost away.



Thomas Hardy's other poems:
  1. An Upbraiding
  2. The Young Glass-Stainer
  3. The Robin
  4. I Rose and Went to Rou’tor Town
  5. Looking at a Picture on an Anniversary


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