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Ellis Parker Butler - Immortality

I bowed my head in anguish sore
  When Life made Death his bride;
“Soul, we are lost forever more!”
  Unto my soul I cried.

“Nay, waste in wailing not thy breath,”
  My soul replied to me,
“Behold! The child of Life and Death
  Is Immortality!”

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Poet: Ellis Parker Butler
Poem: Immortality
Volume: Munsey’s Magazine
Year: Published/Written in 1897
Poem of the Day: May 5 2006
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