In Uncertainty to a Lady

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In Uncertainty to a Lady was published in The Defeat of Youth and Other Poems in 1918.
In Uncertainty to a Lady
József Rippl-Rónai, Woman in a black hat, 1918

In Uncertainty to a Lady, i am not one of those who sip, Like a quotidian bock, Cheap idylls from a languid lip Prepared to yawn or mock. I wait the indubitable word, The great Unconscious Cue. Has it been spoken and unheard? Spoken, perhaps, by you ...?


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