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Waiting Both Analysis



Author: poem of Thomas Hardy Type: poem Views: 37

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A star looks down at me,

And says:  "Here I and you

Stand each in our degree:

What do you mean to do,—



     Mean to do?"



I say:  "For all I know,

Wait, and let Time go by,

Till my change come."—"Just so,"

The star says:  "So mean I:—

     So mean I."





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