Cheshire Bargain - Poem by L. E. Fignon

The sound of oceans ringing,
In a wreath of waste and flesh,
Sought Lord James gallivanting,
Timidly beneath a picturesque,

The duchess withdrew her diamond,
To forge her iron heart,
'Let bleed, let bleed, instead,
quite deafening of sort'.

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