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    Parliament Hill in the Evening

    by D.H. Lawrence
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    From New Poems (1916).

    The houses fade in a melt of mist
    Blotching the thick, soiled air
    With reddish places that still resist
    The Night's slow care.

    The hopeless, wintry twilight fades,
    The city corrodes out of sight
    As the body corrodes when death invades
    That citadel of delight.

    Now verdigris smoulderings softly spread
    Through the shroud of the town, as slow
    Night-lights hither and thither shed
    Their ghastly glow.
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