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Thomas S. Collier
1842-1893


Theme:  Bad Times


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Disappointment
Thomas S. Collier (1842-1893), American poet

From the drear wastes of unfulfilled desire,
We harvest dreams that never come to pass,
Then pour our wine amid the dying fire,
And on the cold hearth break the empty glass.

from Song Spray (1889)


            


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