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PATNI TOP RE-VISITED WITHOUT HER

Tranquil, peaceful, calm, in solitude,
Birch and pine and fur trees stand in truce,
And when some vagrant wisps of wind intrude,
They sway and sigh and whisper. I deduce

That mighty storms all , wrathful, flashing, rule
Have gnarled majestic trunks of sturdy trees
And bent them double, made them rough and crude ,
Though now they brooding stand in apparent peace.

Love, when I met you first, the woody lanes
Were the same. These everlasting veterans are
Bedecked with beauty of some fitful peace
And stand in silence bearing aches and pains.

But where are you? Your absence leaves a scar,
What wrinkled, twisted, lifeless woods are these?

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