Earth-sweetness

The vast, vague dreams that are of little worth
I leave to dreamsome men,
And live well pleased the life of this good Earth—
The only world I ken.

And haply 'tis as fair as the orbs above,
That take with such a flaunted unconcern
My adoration, and the all-pure love
That asked for no return!
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