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" AFTER LONG ABSENCE The garden that once I loved, and even the hedge of the garden — All is changed and strange: the moonlight only is faithful, — The moon alone remembers the charm of the time gone by! "
In Ghostly Japan - Page 159
by Lafcadio Hearn - 1899 - 241 pages
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The Smith College Monthly, Volume 12

1904
...dead child." * These we can understand more easily — " After long absence The garden that once I loved, and even the hedge of the garden All is changed and strange — the moonlight alone is faithfnl — The moon alone remembers the charm of the time gone by ! " 1 " Viewing the antnmn...
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The Smith College Monthly, Volume 12

1904
...her dead child." These we can understand more easily— " After long absence The garden that once I loved, and even the hedge of the garden All is changed and strange—the moonlight alone is faithful— The moon alone remembers the charm of the time gone by...
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The English Illustrated Magazine, Volume 33

1905
...moonlight of other years." MOONLIGHT ON THE SEA, "Oh, vapoury moon of spring — would that one plunce into ocean Could win me renewal of life as a part of thy light on the wa'ers." HAPPY POVERTY. " Wafted Lto my room, the scent of the flowers of the plum...
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The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 9

Lafcadio Hearn, Elizabeth Bisland - 1922
...Differs nothing at all from the moonlight of other years. AFTER LONG ABSENCE The garden that once I loved, and even the hedge of the garden — All is...into ocean Could win me renewal of life as a part of thy 1'ght on the waters! AFTER FAREWELL Whither now should I look? — where is the place of parting?...
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Poet Lore, Volume 14

Literature - 1903
...habit, But as for this heart bereaved, already it is a nun." AFTER LONG ABSENCE. "The garden that once I loved, and even the hedge of the garden, All is changed...moon alone remembers the charm of the time gone by." Sometimes, however, this tender sentiment, which dominates all Japanese poetry degenerates into a sentimentality...
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