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Discordants by Conrad Aiken

I. (Bread and Music) Music I heard with you was more than music,

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All Lovely Things by Conrad Aiken

All lovely things will have an ending, All lovely things will fade and die,

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Turns And Movies: Zudora by Conrad Aiken

Here on the pale beach, in the darkness; With the full moon just to rise;

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Morning Song Of Senlin by Conrad Aiken

from Senlin: A Biography It is morning, Senlin says, and in the morning

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Nocturne Of Remembered Spring by Conrad Aiken

I. Moonlight silvers the tops of trees,

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Turns And Movies: Duval's Birds by Conrad Aiken

The parrot, screeching, flew out into the darkness, Circled three times above the upturned faces

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Turns And Movies: Rose And Murray by Conrad Aiken

After the movie, when the lights come up, He takes her powdered hand behind the wings;

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Turns And Movies: The Cornet by Conrad Aiken

When she came out, that white little Russian dancer, With her bright hair, and her eyes, so young, so young,

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The Carver by Conrad Aiken

See, as the carver carves a rose, A wing, a toad, a serpent's eye,

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The Room by Conrad Aiken

Through that window--all else being extinct Except itself and me--I saw the struggle

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Music I Heard by Conrad Aiken

Music I heard with you was more than music, And bread I broke with you was more than bread;

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Senlin: His Cloudy Destiny by Conrad Aiken

1 Senlin sat before us and we heard him.

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Turns And Movies: Dancing Adairs by Conrad Aiken

Behold me, in my chiffon, gauze, and tinsel, Flitting out of the shadow into the spotlight,

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Hatteras Calling by Conrad Aiken

Southeast, and storm, and every weathervane shivers and moans upon its dripping pin,

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Beloved, Let Us Once More Praise The Rain by Conrad Aiken

Beloved, let us once more praise the rain. Let us discover some new alphabet,

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Chiarascuro: Rose by Conrad Aiken

He Fill your bowl with roses: the bowl, too, have of crystal.

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Evening Song Of Senlin by Conrad Aiken

from Senlin: A Biography It is moonlight. Alone in the silence

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Turns And Movies: Violet Moore And Bert Moore by Conrad Aiken

He thinks her little feet should pass Where dandelions star thickly grass;

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