To Êáëüí (Greek Title)

Poem By Ezra Pound

Keep them deluged.
Keep them demeaned.
Keep them denied.
Keep them in need.

But you wont be the one...
To know the flood of love.
When the flood of love comes...
You will be the one to run from love.

Keep them deluged.
Keep them demeaned.
Keep them denied.
Keep them in need.

But you wont be the one...
To know the flood of love.
When the flood of love comes...
You will be the one to run from love.

You wont be the one to know what love does.
You will be the one that's stunned and runs.

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