Tree and Swan ( a duet poem)

Thy silence
Splinters my soul
Like shards of frosty stars...
I long for thy sunlight
To drench me
With thy love's rain.
I plead with thee
For a single sunbeam
To give me back
My strength again.
Tell me, o tell me o love
That I did not plead with thee in vain;

Who am I to make thee strong
Whence do I for thee long
But that day I feel is a blessed one
Whence in thou have I found a Swan
The swan who could keep me awake
The Swan who could me to wonders take
So I would love to worship thee
As I worship Calliope.


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