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Edgar Lee Masters - Jeduthan Hawley

There would be a knock at the door
And I would arise at midnight and go to the shop,
Where belated travelers would hear me hammering
Sepulchral boards and tacking satin.
And often I wondered who would go with me
To the distant land, our names the theme
For talk, in the same week, for I've observed
Two always go together.
Chase Henry was paired with Edith Conant;
And Jonathan Somers with Willie Metcalf;
And Editor Hamblin with Francis Turner,
When he prayed to live longer than Editor Whedon;
And Thomas Rhodes with widow McFarlane;
And Emily Sparks with Barry Holden;
And Oscar Hummel with Davis Matlock;
And Editor Whedon with Fiddler Jones;
And Faith Matheny with Dorcas Gustine.
And I, the solemnest man in town,
Stepped off with Daisy Fraser. 

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Poet: Edgar Lee Masters
Poem: Jeduthan Hawley

Comment 1 of 1, added on December 19th, 2005 at 3:59 PM.

bad choice of words...person sounded as if he was lonley and widowed...and envied all the other peaps he mentioned...seemed depressed...

Imran Shah from United States

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