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Published by: Napoleon Fernandez on Nov 02, 2013
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Moon! O moon! O moon!Thou who art always fair,Yet holdest in thy ringOne of such evil name,Because thou holdest Cain;Cain who from jealousyHis own orn rother slew" too through jealousyOf one whom " still loveCan neither drin# nor eat,$or even tal# with friends," love so much%so much% Yet am not loved again&s " would fain e lovedThrough his indifference "'o jealous have ecome," do not #now what sin" would not now commit;" cannot slee( at night)or dreams in which " seeHim faithless unto meMoon, moon, O eauteous moon!&s thou art fair and right," (ray thee, (ray for me;Cain who from jealousy'lew his own rother orn,&s " would (unish wellThe one whom " yet love,Yet would not cause his death,'o may he suffer thus*May suffering e his lotBy day as in the night,May he not eat or drin#,$or may he slee( at night!May Cain who ears the unch+(on his ac#, of thorns,'tand y my lovers ed,&nd ma#e him rise from slee(&nd hasten to my homeO Cain! O Cain! O Cain!Three times " call to thee,Call with my loudest voice,-ust as " find myself Between the sea and s#y,&nd my two friends with meCain, y the jealousy.hich once thy rother caused,&nd which " now endure,)or him whom still " love,Ma#e love return to me&nd never leave me moreThou who from heaven on high'eest all things, here eholdThis cas#et well (re(ared!The mystic ta(ers four

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