"Virginia" Scattered visions of flowering beauty Tucked away as it was her duty In fields behind the picketed fence

Content in the lines of familiar pretense Her father convinced it will give her direction, Protection from lust for her precious perfection But just when he's given a latticed impression She slips through the cracks at her youthful discretion, Intention to feed from the fruit of another While showered with his gifts, she drinks up her lover So he falls back to home, where he feels all has failed But where old love was lost, a new one's prevailed.

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