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Love's Philosophy
by Percy Bysshe Shelley

The fountains mingle with the river, 
  And the rivers with the ocean; 
The winds of heaven mix forever, 
  With a sweet emotion; 
Nothing in the world is single; 
  All things by a law divine 
In one another's being mingle;-- 
  Why not I with thine? 

See the mountains kiss high heaven, 
  And the waves clasp one another; 
No sister flower would be forgiven, 
  If it disdain'd its brother; 
And the sunlight clasps the earth, 
  And the moonbeams kiss the sea;-- 
What are all these kissings worth, 
  If thou kiss not me?
        
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Poem ID: 2816   Poem Posted: 10/31/1999
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