Her imaginary playmate was a grown-upIn sea-coal satin. The flame-blue glances,The wings gauzy as the membrane that the ashesDraw over an old ember --as the motherIn a jug of cider-- were a comfort to her.They sat by the fire and told each other stories."What men want..." said the godmother softly--How she went on it is hard for a man to say.Their eyes, on their Father, were monumental marble.Then they smiled like two old women, bussed each other,Said, "Gossip, gossip"; and, lapped in each other's looks,Mirror for Mirror, drank a cup of tea.Of cambric tea. But there is a realityUnder the good silk of the good sisters'Good ball gowns.
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