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About Maggie D. Brace
Maggie D Brace, a life-long denizen of Maryland, teacher, gardener, basketball player and author attended St. Mary's College, where she met her soulmate, and Loyola University, Maryland. She has written 'Tis Himself: The Tale of Finn MacCool and Grammy's Glasses, and has multiple short works and poems in various anthologies. She remains a humble scrivener and avid reader.
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WARNING: Not suitable for scaredy-cat adults.
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And each separate dying ember wrought its ghost upon the floor.
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For the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore—
Nameless here for evermore.
The Raven (1845)
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Sad all the songs she loved to sing;
And in her face was strangely set
Some great inherited regret.
Some look in all things made her sigh,
Yea! sad to her the morning sky:
'So sad! so sad its beauty seems' -
I hear her say it still in dreams.
But when the day grew grey and old,
And rising stars shone strange and cold,
Then only in her face I saw
A mystic glee, a joyous awe.
Spirit of Sadness, in the spheres
Is there an end of mortal tears?
Or is there still in those great eyes
That look of lonely hills and skies?
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