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Across the East River

I can see, just dimly,

The outline of your house.


Above it, in the clear

Night air, a scattering

Of diamonds shine.


They glitter and

Sparkle against

The black sky.


There is the river

Between us, a

Rushing of water


That goes mostly

Unseen in the dark.

If I call out to you


The distance is not

Far I doubt if you

Would hear. The


Water and the wind

Would snatch my

Voice away and


Carry it, along with

The drifting starlight,

Far to the South.



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