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Don Juan Post by :Mihai Category :Poems Author :D. H. Lawrence Date :December 2010 Read :3209

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Don Juan

IT is Isis the mystery
Must be in love with me.

Here this round ball of earth
Where all the mountains sit
Solemn in groups,
And the bright rivers flit
Round them for girth.

Here the trees and troops
Darken the shining grass,
And many people pass
Plundered from heaven,
Many bright people pass,
Plunder from heaven.

What of the mistresses
What the beloved seven?
--They were but witnesses,
I was just driven.

Where is there peace for me?
Isis the mystery
Must be in love with me.


(The end)
D. H. Lawrence's poem: Don Juan

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