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The Chambermaid's First Song Analysis



Author: poem of William Butler Yeats Type: poem Views: 27

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How came this ranger

Now sunk in rest,

Stranger with strangcr.

On my cold breast?

What's left to Sigh for?

Strange night has come;

God's love has hidden him

Out of all harm,

Pleasure has made him

Weak as a worm.






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