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George William (“A. E.”) Russell (1867–1935).  Collected Poems by A.E.  1913.
 
79. The Weaver of Souls
 
 
WHO is this unseen messenger
For ever between me and her,
Who brings love’s precious merchandise,
The golden breath, the dew of sighs,
And the wild, gentle thoughts that dwell        5
Too fragile for the lips to tell,
Each at their birth, to us before
A heaving of the heart is o’er?
Who art thou, unseen messenger?
 
I think, O Angel of the Lord,        10
You make our hearts to so accord
That those who hear in after hours
May sigh for love as deep as ours;
And seek the magic that can give
An Eden where the soul may live,        15
Nor need to walk a road of clay
With stumbling feet, nor fall away
From thee, O Angel of the Lord.
 

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