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Poem by Walter Learned


With half averted face she stood
And answered to his questioning eyes,
"'Tis nothing. It is but my mood;
'Tis not the day for sweet replies.

"Perchance tomorrow" ЧAh, who knows
What fate may with tomorrow come?
For aye some questioning eyes may close,
Some lips may be forever dumb.

Walter Learned

Walter Learned's other poems:
  1. Summer Wind
  2. With a Spray of Apple Blossoms
  3. At the Sign of the Blind Cupid
  4. Free
  5. Time's Revenge

Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Anna Barbauld Tomorrow ("See where the falling day")
  • William Howells Tomorrow ("OLD fraud, I know you in that gay disguise")

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