BLACK CAT POEMS
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Clara Marcelle Farrar Greene
When two have met, and caught in sudden gleams
Life's full completeness measured each in each,
There is no
evermore; what seems
So, verily is the very gold of speech.
Although thereafter meeting be denied,
And though a thousand leagues may intervene,
, arrow-like, all distance shall divide,
And swift as light unerring speed between.
Aye, though the loud world's jargon with its din
May thunder discord in their tortured ears,
Across the heart-strings,
, once entered in,
Shall breathe Æolian sweetness all their years.
poems by Clara Marcelle Farrar Greene