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New Collected Rhymes - CRITICAL OF LIFE, ART, AND LITERATURE - ROCOCO Post by :epsilon7 Category :Poems Author :Andrew Lang Date :August 2011 Read :979

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CRITICAL OF LIFE, ART, AND LITERATURE - ROCOCO

("My name is also named 'Played Out.'")

When first we heard Rossetti sing,
We twanged the melancholy lyre,
We sang like this, like anything,
When first we heard Rossetti sing.
And all our song was faded Spring,
And dead delight and dark desire,
When first we heard Rossetti sing,
We twanged the melancholy lyre.

(And this is how we twanged it) -

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