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NamelessOne
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Biloxi MS


0 posted 04-11-2000 12:38 AM       View Profile for NamelessOne   Email NamelessOne   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for NamelessOne

this has got to be one of my favorite little blurbs of poetry ,i`d really like to know who wrote this so i could delve deeper, i first saw this chiseled in stone on the side of an open air pavilion near the lake in audubon park in New Orleans.If anyone has any info on it i`d sure appreciate it.

thanks


And the night shall be filled with musis
and the cares that infest the day
shall fold their tents like the arabs
and as silently steal away

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INclan
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1 posted 04-11-2000 06:59 PM       View Profile for INclan   Email INclan   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for INclan

I have no clue who wrote this.
 
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