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Poem by Adelaide Crapsey


NEVER the nightingale,
    Oh, my dear, 
Never again the lark
    Thou wilt hear; 
Though dusk and the morning still
Tap at thy window-sill,
Though ever love call and call
Thou wilt not hear at all,
    My dear, my dear. 

Adelaide Crapsey

Adelaide Crapsey's other poems:
  1. The Guarded Wound
  2. Moon Shadows

Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • William Shakespeare Dirge ("Come away, come away, death")
  • Thomas Beddoes Dirge ("We do lie beneath the grass")
  • Felicia Hemans Dirge ("CALM on the bosom of thy God")
  • George Darley Dirge ("Prayer unsaid, and mass unsung, Deadman's dirge must still be rung")
  • Edna Millay Dirge ("Boys and girls that held her dear")

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