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A chant of love for England, and other poems
Cone, Helen Gray
|Statement||by Helen Gray Cone.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 90/4622 (P)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 103 p.|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||90953108|
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We have been friends, committed to helping each other out. We have died for each other. So maybe our love of England does make sense after all. I can’t say for sure if Britons are in love with Americans, but Americans are enthralled by the English and their ways.
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Let them sing it loud and long, We lift our hearts in a loftier song: We lift our hearts to Heaven above, In other languages This page was last. I chant your name in frenzy Like a SUFI twirling round and round LOVE, LOVE, BELOVED, BELOVED Your name is like GOD Ram, Allah, Buddha, Jesus If you want to join me In the life of LOVE Chant with me LOVE, LOVE.
BELOVED, BELOVED I carry sweets for my BELOVED Wearing a long "LOVE robe" Sing your praise Jumping, dancing on the streets With zest.
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