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Louise Bogan: Musician

Where have these hands been,
By what delayed,
That so long stayed
Apart from the thin

Strings which they now grace
With their lonely skill?
Music and their cool will
At last interlace.

Now with great ease, and slow,
The thumb, the finger, the strong
Delicate hand plucks the long
String it was born to know.

And under the palm, the string
Sings as it wished to sing.


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One comment on “Louise Bogan: Musician

  1. singsharon
    January 17, 2020

    Love this!

    Liked by 1 person

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