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Poem by Arthur William Symons


Love's Secret


As a most happy mother feels the stir
Of that new life which quickens with her life,
And knows that virtue has gone forth from her
To doubly sanctify the name of wife;
Yet, for her joy's sake, and because pride
Is too unutterably sanctified,
And all the heaven of heavens within her breast
Too dearly and too intimately possessed,
Speaks not a word, but folds her new delight
With a rapt silence, comforting as night;
So, when I felt the quickening life that came
To bid my life's long-slumbering currents move,
I set the seal of silence on your name,
And, for my love's sake, never told my love. 



Arthur William Symons


Arthur William Symons's other poems:
  1. Serata Di Fiesta
  2. Margery Of The Fens
  3. At Burgos
  4. Rosa Flammea
  5. By The Pool Of The Third Rosses

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