Peace ~ by Sara Teasdale

Peace ~ by Sara Teasdale

A poem by Sara Teasdale Music: Havanaise in E major Op. 83
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Lyrics Sara Teasdale (1917?) Music Jake Riviera (1979) For Ingo Schantz & Andy Lunn Recorded 1979 @Hotline Studios, Frankfurt ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Your eyes drink of me, love makes them shine Your eyes that lean so close to mine. We have long been lovers, we know the range Of each other’s moods and how they change. But when we look at each other so Then we feel how little we know, how little we know.. My, my, my my mystery.. My, my, my my mystery.. My, my, my my mystery.. My, my, my my mystery.. [interlude] We have long been lovers, we know the range Of each other’s moods and how they change And how they change, change, change.. My, my, my my mystery.. My, my, my my mystery.. My, my, my my mystery.. My, my, my my mystery.. [repeat & fade] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In 1884, Sara Trevor Teasdale was born in St. Louis, Missouri, into an old, established, and devout family. She was home-schooled until she was nine and traveled frequently to Chicago, where she became part of the circle surrounding Poetry magazine and Harriet Monroe. Teasdale published Sonnets to Duse, and Other Poems, her first volume of verse, in 1907. Her second collection, Helen of Troy, and Other Poems, followed in 1911, and her third, Rivers to the Sea, in 1915. In 1914 Teasdale married Ernst Filsinger; she had previously rejected a number of other suitors, including Vachel Lindsay. She moved with her new husband to New York City in 1916. In 1918, she won the Columbia University Poetry Society Prize
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