David Lewis Paget
Life, a Play
In three parts, now
Is two parts done.
The final interval
We rearrange our scores,
The Orchestra, still poised
To practice discords
At the pit.
Then like rent cloth
The curtains start,
The stage is lit;
And I would venture
At my part...
Were I not so
Afraid of it.
24 January 1984
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