Your mind thinks as it should,
And your mouth says as it should.
The words are right, your eyes are bright,
And there’s a smile across your face.
But your heart is absent; in a different place.

by Dan Brown

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Some of Durrells writing is condescending or even racist, but this poem is very lovely and moving.
I especially love the last stanza of this poem by Durrell. 'And now lightly to kiss all whom sleep/Stitched up-and wake, my darling, wake.'