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The Day-Dream

They both were hush'd the voice the chordsI heard but once that witching lay ;And few the notes, and few the words,My spell-bound memory brought away ;Traces remember'd here and there,Like echoes of some broken strain ;---Links of a sweetness lost in air,That nothing now could join again.Ev'n these, too, ere the morning, fled ;And, though the charm still linger'd on,That o'er each sense her song h...

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Publisher: IDB Productions (2018)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1776743938
ISBN-13: 978-1776743933
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d shed,The song itself was faded, gone ;---Gone like the thoughts that once were oursOn summer days, ere youth had set ;Thoughts bright, we know, as summer flowers,Though what they were, we now forget.In vain, with hints from other strains,I woo'd this truant air to come---As birds are taught, on eastern plains,To lure their wilder kindred home.In vain :---the song that Sappho gave,In dying, to the mournful sea,Not muter slept beneath the wave,Than this within my memory.At length, one morning, as I layIn that half-waking mood, when dreamsUnwillingly at last gave wayTo the full truth of daylight's beams,A face--- the very face, methought,From which had breath'd, as from a shrineOf song and soul, the notes I sought---Came with its music close to mine ;And sung the long-lost measure o'er,---Each note and word, with every toneAnd look, that lent it life before,---All perfect, all again my own !