Sing Me an Old-Age Lullaby
Planxty Maggie Browne.
|Sing me an old-age lullaby that
Each age-old plaint of a bewildered heart.
Vision me a melody that lingers
Easy in the hallways east of dreams,
Naked once again to passion singers
Touch with the precision of their art,
Yearning neither joy nor pain removes.
From Brighton Head the dark
Copyright by Nicholas Gordon
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