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Francis T. Palgrave, ed. (1824–1897). The Golden Treasury.  1875.
 
P. B. Shelley
 
CLXXXIV. Love's Philosophy
 
THE fountains mingle with the river 
And the rivers with the ocean, 
The winds of heaven mix for ever 
With a sweet emotion; 
Nothing in the world is single,         5
All things by a law divine 
In one another's being mingle— 
Why not I with thine? 
  
See the mountains kiss high heaven, 
And the waves clasp one another;  10
No sister-flower would be forgiven 
If it disdain'd its brother; 
And the sunlight clasps the earth, 
And the moonbeams kiss the sea— 
What are all these kissings worth,  15
If thou kiss not me? 
 
 
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