The Twilight Saintby Stark Young
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Guido! Ah, I have need of naught, Guido. Thou needst not leave yet the pleasant air.
Lisetta, my love, I have been long from thee.
Let not that trouble thee, my needs are few, And Pia is most kind.
So little I may do.
Thou hast already served to weariness.
[He kneels beside her bed.]
My love, I have been long from thee, but now I will not leave thee any more. Oh, God, Let these kisses tell my heart to her.
Guido, my love, perhaps I dream of thee! Perhaps God sends a dream to solace me.
Along the stream I went and where it crossed Bevagna road–where the chestnut grows, thou knowest- Lisetta, I saw him.
Yes, yes, I know, whom sawest thou?
The brother, Francis of Assisi.
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