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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
Endless Circle
By Genevieve Taggard
 
From “The Way Things Go”

THE TREE we lay under,
The thunder, the thunder
Of my heart, and your wonder,
And our weeping …
 
Now we are old, we are worn, we are weary of sleeping.        5
There’s an end to all sorrow: there must be an end to our weeping.
Come with me, fly with me, find with me, laughing and leaping—
 
The tree we lay under,
The thunder, the thunder
Of my heart, and your wonder        10
And our weeping.
 
 
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