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'at Last I Got A Letter From The Dead' Post by :BusinessBuilder Category :Poems Author :Richard Le Gallienne Date :August 2011 Read :3208

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"at Last I Got A Letter From The Dead"

At last I got a letter from the dead,
And out of it there fell a little flower,--
The violet of an unforgotten hour.

(The end)
Richard Le Gallienne's poem: "At Last I Got A Letter From The Dead"

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