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Two Wedded Hearts, If Ere Were Such Post by :tonyzink Category :Poems Author :Samuel Taylor Coleridge Date :August 2011 Read :3280

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Two Wedded Hearts, If Ere Were Such

Two wedded hearts, if ere were such,
Imprison'd in adjoining cells,
Across whose thin partition-wall
The builder left one narrow rent,
And where, most content in discontent,
A joy with itself at strife--
Die into an intenser life.


1808

(The end)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem: Two Wedded Hearts, If Ere Were Such

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