Issue #48

YOUR LITERARY ESSENTIALS

lizabeth it is in vain you say (Elizabeth) By Edgar Allan Poe An Acrostic E L I Z n vain those words from thee or L.E.L. antippe’s talents had enforced so well:

ove not— thou sayest it in so sweet a way;

A B E T H

h! If that language from thy heart arise,

reathe it less gently forth— and veil thine eyes.

ndymion, recollect, when Luna tried

o cure his love— was cured of all beside—

is folly— pride— and passion— for he died.

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