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Dolores: Notre-Dame Des Sept Douleurs

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60 pages
Published by Pontes (first published 1866)
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Anna Matsuyama
Dolores (Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs), 1866

Cold eyelids that hide like a jewel
Hard eyes that grow soft for an hour;
The heavy white limbs, and the cruel
Red mouth like a venomous flower;
When these are gone by with their glories,
What shall rest of thee then, what remain,
O mystic and sombre Dolores,
Our Lady of Pain?

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