Then to his neighbour one may call out,...
Then [to his neighbour one]1 may call out, "Come!
Brother, come hither -- I would show you a thing;"
And lo, a vision of his imagining,
[Informed of thought which else had rested dumb,
Before the neighbour's truth-delighted eyes,
In the great æther of existence rise,]2
And [two hearts each]3 to each the closer cling!
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1 Taylor: "one to his neighbor"
2 omitted by Taylor.
3 Taylor: "each soul"
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