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No Lilies For Lisette Analysis

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Said the Door: "She came in

With no shadow of sin;

Turned the key in the lock,

Slipped out of her frock,

The robe she liked best

When for supper she dressed.

Then a letter she tore . . .

What a wan look she wore!"

        Said the Door.

Said the Chair: "She sat down

With a pitiful frown,

And then (oh, it's queer)

Just one lonely tear

Rolled down her pale cheek.

How I hoped she would speak

As she let down her hair,"

        Said the Chair.

Said the Glass: "Then she gazed

Into me like one dazed;

As with delicate grace

She made up her face,

Her cheeks and her lips

With rose finger-tips,

So lovely - alas!

Then she turned on the gas."

        Said the Glass.

Said the Bed: "Down she lay

In a weariful way,

Like an innocent child,

To her fate reconciled;

Hands clasped to her breast,

In prayer or in rest:

'Dear Mother,' she said,

Then pillowed her head,"

        Said the Bed.

Said the Room: "Then the gleam

Of the moon like a dream,

Soft silvered my space,

And it fell on her face

That was never so sweet

As her heart ceased to beat . . .

Then the moon fled and gloom

Fell like funeral plume,"

        Said the Room.

"Just a whore,"

Said the Door;

"Yet so fair,"

Said the Chair;

"Frail, alas!"

Said the Glass;

"Now she's dead,"

Said the Bed;

"Sorry doom,"

Said the Room. . . .

Then they all,

Floor and wall,

Quiet grew,

Ceiling too;

Like a tomb

Was the room;

With hushed breath

Hailing Death:

Soul's release,

Silence, Peace.


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Ah, the Ingenue sweater has on my list for a long time now, but I never quite get arnuod to making it. Maybe this year... :)Even though we probably still have four more months of hot weather ahead of us here, I'm already starting to think ahead to fall sewing as well. I really want to make a dress inspired by a J. Crew dress I saw a few years back. Beyond that, I'm not sure yet.

| Posted on 2014-03-04 | by a guest

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I love your color combinations, esecpially the idea of aqua and red! Your closet seems to have such a fun, bold palette. Gold and brown! Red and teal! Yellow and navy! I fall in and out of love with color combos, but it's such fun to obsess over a favorite while it lasts. :)

| Posted on 2014-03-03 | by a guest

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thank you sooo much for posting this!!i had semi-decided on a spirng/summer wardrobe and was bothered that it wasn't a cohesive collection, color-wise. then i read this post and realized it was 2 color combos, one that was predominately pink tones and one that's more blue/aqua and red. i feel sooo much better now and decided to stitch them up as capsule collections over the course of spirng/summer :) as for my fave color combo's: aqua & red, pink and aqua or green, navy-red-white, and navy & orange.

| Posted on 2014-03-03 | by a guest

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