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An Anthology of Modern Bohemian Poetry/Song (Geisslová)

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Irma Geisslová (b. 1855).

 

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Lark, in the glow of eve,
Reddening like gleaming ore,
When thus I hear thy voice,
Fain I my notes would pour.

Happy thy lot! In space
Like quivering dust to fade,
But with thy tuneful throat
All regions to pervade.

 

 
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