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   English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman.
The Harvard Classics.  1909–14.
 
667. You’ll Love Me Yet
 
Robert Browning (1812–1889)
 
 
YOU’LL love me yet!—and I can tarry
  Your love’s protracted growing:
June rear’d that bunch of flowers you carry,
  From seeds of April’s sowing.
 
I plant a heartful now: some seed        5
  At least is sure to strike,
And yield—what you’ll not pluck indeed,
  Not love, but, may be, like.
 
You’ll look at least on love’s remains,
  A grave’s one violet:        10
Your look?—that pays a thousand pains.
  What’s death? You’ll love me yet!
 

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