I Shall Come Back

Dorothy Parker

I shall come back without fanfaronade
Of wailing wind and graveyard panoply;
But, trembling, slip from cool Eternity-
A mild and most bewildered little shade.
I shall not make sepulchral midnight raid,
But softly come where I had longed to be
In April twilight's unsung melody,
And I, not you, shall be the one afraid.

Strange, that from lovely dreamings of the dead
I shall come back to you, who hurt me most.
You may not feel my hand upon your head,
I'll be so new and inexpert a ghost.
Perhaps you will not know that I am near-
And that will break my ghostly heart, my dear.


Source: http://www.bryantmcgill.com/World_Poetry/~D/Dorothy_Parker/Dorothy_Parker_I_Shall_Come_Back.html
Illustration: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_k-T-d3yyA0E/ShAulmwAv-I/AAAAAAAAAoc/9Uyf2loXoEk/s400/Autumn+Soul+2.jpg


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