By Sara Teasdale
First released in 1920, this version is attribute of Teasdale's paintings - brief poems of huge emotional and lyrical grace, and whole of premonitions of dying, loss and grief, and loving appreciation of the flora and fauna.
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Flame and Shadow by Sara Teasdale