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  To Mary  

If, Mary, that imperious face,
         And not in dreams alone,
Come to this shadow-haunted place
         And claim dominion;

If, for your sake, I do unqueen
         Some well-remembered ghost,
Forgetting much of what hath been
         Best loved, remembered most;

It is your witchery, not my will,
         Your beauty, not my choice:
My shadows knew me faithful, till
         They heard your living voice.

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