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- SOUL, heart, and body, we thus singly name,
- Are not in love divisible and distinct,
- But each with each inseparably link'd.
- One is not honour, and the other shame,
- But burn as closely fused as fuel, heat, and flame.
- They do not love who give the body and keep
- The heart ungiven; nor they who yield the soul,
- And guard the body. Love doth give the whole;
- Its range being high as heaven, as ocean deep,
- Wide as the realms of air or planet's curving sweep.
- Alfred Austin
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