Love’s Change by Anne Reeve Aldrich

I went to dig a grave for Love,
But the earth was so stiff and cold
That, though I stove through the bitter night,
I could not break the mould.
And I said: “Must he lie in my house in state,
And stay in his wonted place?
Must I have him with me another day,
With that awful change in his face?”

From: http://www.lehigh.edu/~dek7/SSAWW/writ19CenAldri.htm

Date: 1889

By: Anne Reeve Aldrich (1866-1892)

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