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  • There hope crept in, -- a faint, weary-winged, bedraggled hope, it is true, -- to comfort him a little.

    The Thunder Bird

  • Over these the frail thing of cloth and little strips of wood and wire and the delicate, dumb motor, skimmed like a weary-winged bird.


  • In their concentric rounds lie poised the planets, like weary-winged cup-bearers, circling about their sleepless lord.

    The Masque of the Elements

  • As the weary-winged dove seeks at night-fall her nest.

    The Feast of the Virgins and Other Poems


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