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Vachel Lindsay - Caught in a Net

Upon her breast her hands and hair 
Were tangled all together. 
The moon of June forbade me not  
The golden night time weather 
In balmy sighs commanded me 
To kiss them like a feather. 

Her looming hair, her burning hands, 
Were tangled black and white. 
My face I buried there. I pray  
So far from her to-night  
For grace, to dream I kiss her soul 
Amid the black and white. 

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Poet: Vachel Lindsay
Poem: Caught in a Net
Poem of the Day: Apr 13 2008

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