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You say you love; but with a voice

Other Love Poems of John Keats→   You say you love; but with a voice Chaster than a nun’s, who singeth The soft vespers to herself While the chime-bell ringeth— O love me truly! You say you love; but with a smile Cold as sunrise in September, As you were Saint Cupid’s nun, And kept his weeks …

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Sweet, Sweet Is the Greeting of Eyes

Other Love Poems of John Keats→   Sweet, sweet is the greeting of eyes, And sweet is the voice in its greeting, When adieus have grown old and goodbyes Fade away where old Time is retreating. Warm the nerve of a welcoming hand, And earnest a kiss on the brow, When we meet over sea and o’er …

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