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    Books And Thoughts

    by Aldous Huxley
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    Old ghosts that death forgot to ferry
    Across the Lethe of the years -
    These are my friends, and at their tears
    I weep and with their mirth am merry.
    On a high tower, whose battlements
    Give me all heaven at a glance,
    I lie long summer nights in trance,
    Drowsed by the murmurs and the scents
    That rise from earth, while the sky above me
    Merges its peace with my soul's peace,
    Deep meeting deep. No stir can move me,
    Nought break the quiet of my release:

    In vain the windy sunlight raves
    At the hush and gloom of polar caves.
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