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Oett NO. VI
A. CITY PASTORALS
POEM TO BE DANCED
ğAN a poem say my heart § While I stand still apart? # I myself would be the song, # I myself would be the rhyme, &= <&l Moving delicately along; And my steps would make the time, And the stanzas be my rest.
What can I say with the words of my lips?
Dancing, I can tell every sweet—
Oh, to reveal
UNDER THE TREE
I have found a seat
* THE DANCER
Why are you gay, little tree,