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William Stanley Braithwaite, ed. (1878–1962).  Anthology of Massachusetts Poets.  1922.
 
Where They Sleep
 
G. O. Warren
 
 
THE FOG inrolling, dark and still
Lies deep upon the crowded dead
As flooding sea upon the sands,
And quenches starlight overhead.
 
Long have they slept. Their separate dust        5
Has mingled with a nameless mould.
Only the slower-crumbling stones
Still tell so much as may be told.
 
And now in shoreless fog adrift
Like some lone mariner gliding by,        10
I lean above the drowning graves
And wonder when I too shall lie
 
Where evermore the tides of night
And earth will hide my lonely rest;
And Time will bid my love forget        15
To read the stone upon my breast.
 

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