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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
In Darkness
By Marjorie Meeker
 
From “Songs of Night”

DEEP in the heart of darkness I am lying,
    Alone and still;
And all the winds of darkness and of silence
    Work their will,
 
Blowing about me through the awful spaces        5
    Of night and death;
Nor all immensity can touch or thrill me
    To thought or breath.
 
Deep in the heart of darkness I am dreaming,
    Quiet, alone,        10
Careless alike of tender words or cruel—
    Even your own.
 
 
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