The Map of Love: Verse and Prose

The Map of Love: Verse and Prose

The Map of Love: Verse and Prose

The Map of Love: Verse and Prose

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VERSE

Because the Pleasure-bird whistles

I make this in a Warring Absence

When all my Five and Country Senses see

We lying by Seasand

It is the Sinners' Dust-tongued Bell

O make me a Mask and a Wall

The Spire cranes

After the Funeral

Once it was the Colour of Saying

Not from this Anger

How shall my Animal

The Tombstone told when she died

On no Work of Words

A Saint about to fall

'If my Head hurt a Hair's Foot'

Twenty-four Years remind the Tears of my Eyes

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