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Arcadie

Language: English

On the road to Arcadie,
Past the mountains, past the sea
Past the crossroads soberly
To Arcadie, to Arcadie.

Pilgrims of a dream are we
Knowing not if true it be,
But we press on silently
To Arcadie, to Arcadie,

Arcadie, oh Arcadie!
We are lost, we cannot see,
For the dust blows bitterly
On the road to Arcadie.


First published in The Yale Literary Magazine, volume 63, 1898.

Submitted by Nich Roehler

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Text added to the website: 2012-05-19.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:04:55
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