(10 November 1852 – 10 April 1933 / Germantown, Pennsylvania)


'T was far away and long ago,
When I was but a dreaming boy,
This fairy tale of love and woe
Entranced my heart with tearful joy;
And while with white Undine I wept,
Your spirit, -- ah, how strange it seems, --
Was cradled in some star, and slept,
Unconscious of her coming dreams.

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Again, he lets his heart speak through his word choice and charms us into dreaming beside him
Beautiful imagery and nice rhyme. I liked it. Thanks.
''fairy tale of love and woe'' the twin guys..