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High Flight -- Pilot Officer John Gillespie Magee

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(Poem #276) High Flight
  Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of earth
  And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings;
  Sunward I've climbed, and joined the tumbling mirth
  Of sun-split clouds - and done a hundred things

  You have not dreamed of - wheeled and soared and swung
  High in the sunlit silence. Hov'ring there
  I've chased the shouting wind along, and flung
  My eager craft through footless halls of air.

  Up, up the long delirious, burning blue,
  I've topped the windswept heights with easy grace
  Where never lark, or even eagle flew -
  And, while with silent lifting mind I've trod
  The high unsurpassed sanctity of space,
  Put out my hand and touched the face of God.
-- Pilot Officer John Gillespie Magee
        (No 412 squadron, RCAF,
         Killed 11 December 1941)

I was actually surfing the net looking for stuff on the Supermarine Spitfire
(ooh, what a plane!!), when I came across this. I'd read snatches of this
somewhere long back in a classic autobiography by another British fighter
pilot, Richard Hillary, called "The Last Enemy". But I'd never found the
complete poem. This was a welcome discovery.

I don't want to go into Aeolian cadences an' lilting music an' meter an'
all. I don't want to compare this to anything I've read before - I believe
that it beggars comparison. It stands on its own like Chidiock Tichbourne.

What does it make me feel like? Like I want to fly a SPITFIRE!!!!!

'nuff zed on this matter


Pilot Officer John Gillespie Magee, Jr., was an American serving with the
Royal Canadian Air Force. He was born in Shanghai, China in 1922, the son of
missionary parents, Reverend and Mrs. John Gillespie Magee; his father was
an American and his mother was originally a British citizen.

He came to the U.S. in 1939 and earned a scholarship to Yale, but in
September 1940 he enlisted in the RCAF and was graduated as a pilot. He was
sent to England for combat duty in July 1941.

In August or September 1941, Pilot Officer Magee composed High Flight and
sent a copy to his parents. Several months later, on December 11, 1941 his
Spitfire collided with another plane over England and Magee, only 19 years
of age, crashed to his death.

His remains are buried in the churchyard cemetery at Scopwick, Lincolnshire


155 comments: ( or Leave a comment )

Suresh Ramasubramanian said...

A sidelight on this -

This was the favorite poem of Sharon Christa McAuliffe - that
schoolteacher who died in the Challenger disaster. Thanks to that -
it got quoted in toto in Readers Digest, and repeated several times
(that article has been rerun / rewritten at least three times since
Challenger crashed)


ps - I don't blame RD - that's one of my favorite poems as well.

On 28 Nov 99, at 13:32, thus spake Martin Julian DeMello:

> I was actually surfing the net looking for stuff on the Supermarine
> Spitfire (ooh, what a plane!!), when I came across this. I'd read
> snatches of this somewhere long back in a classic autobiography by
> another British fighter pilot, Richard Hillary, called "The Last
> Enemy". But I'd never found the complete poem. This was a welcome
> discovery.

Suresh Ramasubramanian
106D, Aditya Enclave, Ameerpet, Hyderabad 500038, India.
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TL_Ward said...

In January or February of 1961, our Keesler Male Chorus was fortunate to
record a choral version of HIGH FLIGHT; I still have an original copy
signed by Kay Carron, music writer. Years after, I discovered Kay's
music version as background to an air force jet soaring through the
clouds; I was pleasantly stunned. Even more years later, I learned that
President Reagan dedicated HIGH FLIGHT to the memory of the CHALLENGER
crew...Whenever we performed the work in public, I could just feel that
I was lucky to be one individual to to help promote the memory of John
Gillespie Magee, Jr.
Thanks for letting me share....Ted Ward

Rudy Morales said...

I had heared this poem recited some years ago and I dont know where.
But, it stuck in my brain and well, I love it so much that I plan to
have it read as part of Eulogy whenever that is. I hope not soon. I
was glad to finally find it on the net-
Thanks to the author and you for its availability.
Rudy Morales

Ken Pelfrey said...

I was raised in Dayton, Ohio in the "50s". Dayton was considered the birthplace of powered flight. Each night when one of the local TV stations went off the air they would show a short reel of an F-100 flying through clouds and performing various maneuvers as the poem "High Flight" was read. I recall my mother writing the station and getting a nicely printed copy that we hung on a wall for many years. It was very inspiring and I joined the USAF in 1958.
K.R. Pelfrey, Pea Ridge, AR

NancyBakerCA said...

My husband, Joe Baker, was a Marine pilot during WWII and this became a
favorite of ours. I am so glad to see it again and will frame it in his
memory. Thank you.

rs3kids said...

Does anyone remember many years ago when a tv station went off the air for
the night they would play this video?

Louise Kershaw said...

I have always loved this poem. Would love to have the audio narrative, maybe the one that was on tv, or by anyone for that matter. If anyone knows where I can get the wav, would appreciate the info. Thanks

Dr Wilson Flood said...

I was in the museum in Bamburgh Castle in England two days ago where they have dedicated part of it to wrecks of planes salvaged from the North Sea and I saw this poem for the first time. I immediately recognised Reagan's Challenger words. I do not remember ever seeing in UK newspaper or television any reference to the poem in connection with Reagan's speech. I think most people in the UK think the last sentence was original.
Different peoples make different connections. The Challenger means more to Americans. The Spitfire means more to the British. For those who really know history, they know that, had it not been for the Spitfires and the incredibly brave men who flew them, Hitler would have conquered Britain and it is likely that the light of the world would have gone out. Everything would have been different. The world may not be that great for many now but it would have been even worse had there been no Spitfires.
The poem describes well the heady excitement/terror that those times must have given to those who flew in combat and the exultation that the possibility of a noble death could result at any instant.

W Flood

ray said...


My name is Ray Haas, and I am producing a biography on
John Gillespie Magee, Jr., author of the poem HIGH FLIGHT. For more
information, you are welcome to visit my

Ray Haas

Jaswant Madhavan said...

I saw your comments on "High Flight" and that you had a choral version
of the poem. I'd be grateful if you could please let me know where I
can find a copy. What a beautiful work of art...
Thank you

Jaswant Madhavan

Bell Jim said...

You say you have an early 1961 recording of the Keesler Male Chorus singing
High Flight? I think your date is a little off, because I was in the
Keesler Chorus from October of 1961 through August of 1962, and I distinctly
remember our director Lt. Gene Deweese introducing us to that arrangement
sometime early in '62.

I remember he also had the lady who did the choral arrangement there to see
us perform it. The first public performance was at a Memorial Day event at
the VA hospital in Biloxi, and I believe it was recorded. Maybe that's the
recording you have. We had a very good tenor soloist who did the solo work
that day, and to my everlasting regret I can't remember his name. I
remember we did that concert outdoors at the hospital.

If you have that recording, I would give my right arm to have a tape copy of

By the way, if you're still at Rice U, we're neighbors. I work across town
from you at KUHF Radio, the NPR affiliate at the University of Houston.

Jim Bell

mpalmer said...

yes...growing up in Spokane.....i loved that closing of the station late at night......
i wish we could find a copy of it for all to enjoy.
it was incredible.
i am 56..but still remember it as if it were yesterday.

lebing.xie said...

I am a chinese student in germany,and i readed thie poem
in chinese in 1986, when the challenger was gone. I was
10 years old.Today comed the Clumbia, i recalled the poem
soon. The schuttle is not only a US speaceship,it is a part
of my dream 2.

ur Lebing

A. Sobota said...

I recall the poem HIGH FLIGHT from my childhood. If there is any way to
obtain the choral version, pls. advise. Thank you.

Kathee Brewer said...

My father, a career Air Force officer and a fighter pilot for many years,
was given this poem in the form of a bronze plaque by one of his squadrons.
It hung in a special place of honor in all the homes we occupied while I was
growing up, and it seems like I read it daily from the time I was a little
girl. My dad -- a wonderful man -- passed away three years ago, and I still
can't read or remember this poem without becoming misty eyed. He loved it,
and I think it honestly described his, and I'm sure many other pilots',
extreme passion for flying.

Any info anyone can give me about obtaining a copy of that choral version of
"High Flight" would be appreciated hugely. Keesler was my dad's last duty
station; he retired there as the deputy base commander after a 35-year


“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do

-- Edmund Burke

Ken R Kurtz said...

Are you aware there is a slim book on the poem and its creator...called,
naturally, High Flight. I have it...somewhere.

ken kurtz
Lexington, Ky

Lee Seamoor said...

The poem is incorrectly quoted on your web page. It
is not "unsurpassed" sanctity of space, but is
"untrespassed" sanctity of space.

KW said...

I read this poem a couple of years ago and it was one of those rare
events that actually got inside of me. It rates as the Air forces
equivalent of Flanders Field. I managed to retrieve it via the RAF
benevolent association.

There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship.

St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274, Italian Scholastic Philosopher and

Heather Yeats said...

I see that Ted Ward and Keesler Male Chorus recorded a version of High
Flight in 1961.
I would love to hear a copy. My friends husband flew in WWll and the
poem holds a special place in his heart. I managed to locate a copy of a
CD called A Pilots Song.
She sent for it and it was 'Country' music. Not really a suitable style
for a poem of that calibre.
Yours sincerely

Dewey said...

My name is Dwayne Dutcher. I am a former Cadet from the class of '91 at the United States Air Force Academy. During my brief cadet career, my favorite pasttime was singing in 2 of the chorale groups. We sang a version of "High Flight" as well as had the poem memorized. I would say that it was one of the most emotional pieces I ever sang (understandable considering where I was). If you contact the chorale department at USAFA in Colorado Springs, CO, you will probably be able to get more information on the arrangement. God bless us all!

Dave said...

There is one error in the transcript of "High flight" as published on your web page............

The last but one line should read as follows......

"The high UNTRESPASSED sanctity of space"



Steve Leonard said...

I am an American in northern California and the poem to me means Spitfire and those few.

Steve Leonard


I too have been looking for this original video. Some are mistaken about the
type of aircraft on the old original. It is not a F 104, but rather a Northrop
T 38
If anybody can help me please email. Regards, Tom


Ok to correct myself, I guess there is more than one old version. I have
found on High Flight Productions web site that there was a version with a F 104. I
clearly remember staying up late as a boy watching a T 38. In fact it was UHF
ch 27 in Portsmouth Virginia. The 700 club was in it's infancy, and signed
off with High Flight

AlMin3 said...


The original High Flight spot was a F-104A Starfighter. Later there was a
T-38 Talon. In my opinion the F-104 spot was the best.

I, too, have been looking for the clip.

Lt. Col. USAFR

Ray Haas said...

I have found the F-104 version of the wonderful USAF High Flight Television
Sign-Off and have made it available on a DVD of collected uses of the poem
High Flight. I have accumulated these during the 13+ years of research for
my biography/documentary of John Gillespie Magee, Jr. and his poem High

I have also found the T-38 version and am in the process of acquiring it.

You are welcome to visit my website: for more
information on Magee, or visit
[broken link] for more
information on the High Flight Compilation DVD.


Ray Haas

Windell.Driskell said...

I have received a DVD production of the original F-104 "High Flight" TV
sign-off from the early 60's. The reproduction is excellent. Along with the
classic black and white video of the F-104, the recitation of the poem is
also performed by Cliff Robertson, Russell Crowe, John Denver (singing),
Orson Welles, John Glenn and Ronald Reagan. This is from Ray Haas of

Windell Driskell

Phillip Chapman said...

I, too, remember the "High Flight" signoff from years ago--when TV actually went off the air for the night! Have you ever been able to locate an outlet where I could purchase this film? If so, please advise. My E-mail is Thanks, Phil Chapman

Septemberisgood said...


Peggy & Con Slusher said...

Hi my name is Con Slusher, I to remember the the end of the broadcast of High Flight. Is there a copy on the enternet that I can hear and try to reproduce in my own way in Church to make the young folks feel about like I do? Thankyou. Sincerly Con Slusher.

The Kings said...

High Flight was the title of our Grade 8 reader and the poem was inside and memorized by the class (1950's) in Whitby, Ontario, Canada. I will never forget how it moved me then as it still does. I think of it everytime I watch the contrails soaring cloudward. Barbara King, PA, USA

Roman Bogatschow said...

I went to the US Air Force Academy and graduated in 1978. I was in the
choir and we sang "High Flight" almost weekly. I wish I had a recording
or even a piece of sheet music of the song now, Does anyone know where
to get a copy?

Roman Bogatschow

JoAnn said...

Hi - I was doing search in Google on "High Flight" - saw your post in some chat room - I don't know what date it was, you may not even be at REice anymore - but if you get this message I would like to know if you ever found an audio narrative of "High Flight" - I too would love to have one.

Thanks/Clarence Reece

I have always loved
this poem. Would love to have the audio narrative, maybe the one that was
on tv, or by anyone for that matter. If anyone knows where I can get the
wav, would appreciate the info.


I am a Canadian pilot; I just can't understand how someone ? there can 'print' that John Magee was 'shot down' ??
Let alone, enlisting in the RCAF. in June 1940.......Graduated with 'Wings June 1941' ? As a new grad. sent to the UK.
in Sept. 1941 was Test ? Flying a Spitfire V while writing his poem.... Was killed in a Flying Accident Dec. 1941.
All this in a matter of 6 months !! From a green pilot to Test Flying is a bigger step than anyone who flies could possibly believe !
Granted we can believe enlisting in June 1940 to a Winged one year in Canada...but to TEST FLYING a Spit. V in the UK.
by September 23, 1941 is just too hard to believe !! How about ..some of the truth !! I've heard of some Americans being fast learners, but this. Thank you

Philip Warden said...

Dear Sir
I read your article on High Flight on the web. I first heard this as you said, on television. This poem is so moving. I don't know what it is about the poem that almost brings me to tears. With many of our military giving their lives for our country, it reminds me of WW ll when I was a child and did not really understand the sacrifice that our young men were making. Thank you for reminding me.

Sincerely, Ray Warden

BigD5x said...

I first heard "High Flight" as a television sign off segement in the late
60's and early 70's in the Cincinnati, Ohio area. I clearly recall the T-38
version but do not recall who narrated the segment. I'm glad to see highflight
productions has found that segment and when they include it on their DVD
along with the F-104 version, I'm buying! This poem, particualry when combined
with the sign off segment, is fabulous!!

TOAD337779 said...

I just read your comments on High Flight by John Gillespie McGee....... I beg
to differ that the British were anaware of the poem until Ronald sorry Reagan almost remembered the words. The poem was written in England -
originally on the back of a John Players (English brand) cigarette packet,
before JGM, Serving with the Roal Air Force (British) flying a British
Supermarine Spitfire, collided with another British aircraft over England (part of Great
Britain) and is subsequently buried in Lincolnshire, England.

With warm regards,

David Roberts,

( An Englishman and aviator)

Charlie Taraboletti said...

I noticed your reference to the Keesler Male Chorus on a web site. I was in
the chorus in 71-72. I couldn't make the reunion in 75 ot 76 (whenever it
was). Do you know anything about the chorus? Is it still in existence?

Charlie Taraboletti

Bass Section Leader March - June 72

Chorus member Nov 71 - June 72

Paul Boyd said...

Hello and Happy New Year,

Does a b/w video clip of High Flight exist? I remember watching it at the
close of television programing years ago.

I thank you in advance.

Paul Boyd

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AM said...

My mother loved this poem. My Dad was in the RAF (not a pilot) and it seemed to mean a lot to them. At the age of 86, my mum was taken for a flight in a two seater aircraft by her grandson, who had just achieved his private pilot's licence. It was such a proud moment for her. She died last week, and the poem will be read at her funeral because she loved it and because of her flight with her grandson.

Mike Martin said...

Dear Nancy,
I was surfing the web looking for the poem by John Gillespie "High Flight" and came across your post.
I want to say thank you, to you, and your husband for the service to our country.
I am 46 years of age, and realize daily why yours is called "America's Greatest Generation".

I run an online WWII, B-17 flight simulation group and we speak of what those brave men did almost everyday.

Please, I would be so honored if you could sign my guestbook at:

(guestbook is located at the bottom of the homepage)

What your generation did for us will never be forgotten and we could never thank you enough.


Mike "The Buzzard" Martin
St. Petersburg, FL
CO 379th Virtual Bomb Group

barbara van ellen said...

I thought a T-Shirt would look great with the Spitfire and poem. So here it is. [broken link]

oracleu2 said...

The Band of the U.S. Air Force Reserve has a MP3 recording featuring High Flight.
Look near the bottom of the page. It's very well done.

[broken link]


vpkmh said...

This poem has special significance to myself & my family. My father was a training instructor at Oceana Naval Air Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia. He, unfortunately, died in a training flight on March 1, 1977. It is the last 3 lines of this poem that are on his head stone. This poem brings both joy and sorrow every time I read it. It is reassuring that others get the same type of emotions from it.

Victoria Page Hodgkiss

Helga3714 said...

I too remember High Flight being beautifully read by someone as a F-104 did
rolls. I never forfot it. I seem to think it was a CBS astation. Can you
believe TV would sighn-off at about 12:00? Sincerely, Bill Powdrell, Fairfax, Va.

GlennLane1 said...

I have a print of the poem that starts the last sentence "The high
untrespassed sanctity . . .". Was the word changed to unsurpassed by mistake, or
because there is no such word as untrespassed (per my AOL and Microsoft Word spell
checkers)? Also, my version has a couple of commas in different places.

Pat Hittmeier said...

I have always loved this poem. I'm in the Missouri Air National Guard and work in operations with our fighter pilots. I have this poem on the wall in my office and it has a picture in the background with a fighter jet flying high and the face of God in the background. Awesome!!

Chris Checketts & Merelyn Redstone said...

My father-in-law, Johnny Checketts, has kept a copy of this poem in his wartime flight log book to be read at his funeral. He was a New Zealand spitfire pilot with the RAF. I feel privileged to read this poem for him. At 94 he has been a wonderful story-teller and has the most amazing sense of humour but sadly we will lose him within the next few days. I thought you would be interested to know this beautiful poem is to be read again in honour of one of our great pilots.
For your info - In 1945 Johnny Checketts was appointed Wing Commander Tactics at the Central Fighter Establishment. He had been awarded the DFC on 13 August 1943, the DSO in December 1943, US Silver Star in August 1944 and the Polish Cross of Valour in April 1945. Johnny destroyed 14½ enemy aircraft, probably destroyed 3 and damaged 11.

You can see he is and was a very special man.


MICKEY said...


Bob Derrick said...

I note that you date the poem High Flight as 28 Nov 1999. It is actually a poem written by Pilot Officer Magee of the Royal Canadian Air Force who was killed in action during the second World War.


I was introduced to this poem in high school ( Lincoln High School, Tacoma, WA 1946-1949) by a beloved teacher, Ramona Haltom. I was so impressed by the beauty of the words that it became my favorite poem. I have used it many times in articles, speeches and with friends over the nearly 60 years since I first heard it. I remember well that it was the background narration to a network TV signoff...I wish I knew who the narrator was - he had a great voice (similar, in fact, to Ronald Reagan, who quoted from it in his speech eugolizing the astronauts of the Challenger spacecraft who were killed in 1987 or 1988). I'm glad to add my comment regarding the word in the third stanza: it's "untresspassed" NOT "unsurpassed".

Bill Arthurs said...

I am a retired Squadron Leader, an ex F-86 pilot who flew in Europe with the RCAF during the Cold War in the middle 1950s. I have a copy of High Flight in Pilot Officer McGee's handwriting which I recieved from a squadron member whose wife is the daughter of John Gillespie McGee's squadron commander. By the way, the wording in the penultimate line of the poem is definitely "untresspassed."

I also have a copy of another poem by Pilot Officer McGee, also written in 1941, entitled "Per Ardua" (through adversity), Latin words which form part of "Per Ardua Ad Astra", the motto of the Royal Canadian Air Force. This second poem, which as far as I can see, has received little or no attention, is prefaced with the following, with a note on the left hand side that it should be in italics: "To those who gave their lives to England during the Battle of Britain and left such a shining example to us these lines are dedicated."

Per Astra

They that have climbed the white mists of the morning;
They that have soared, before the world's awake,
To herald up their foemen to them, scorning
The thin dawn's rest their weary folk might take;

Some that left other mouths to tell the story
Of high blue battle, - quite young limbs that bled;
How they had thundered up the clouds to glory
Or fallen to an English field stained red;

Because my faltering feet would fail I find them
Laughing beside me, steadying the hand
That seeks their deadly courage - yet behind them
The cold light dies in that once brilliant Land ...

Do these, who help the quickened pulse run slowly,
Whose stern remembered image cools the brow -
Till the far dawn of Victory know only
Night's darkness, and Valhalla's silence now?

John G. McGee

At the end of the poem the following is written: "(P.S. if anyone should want this please see that it is accurately copied, capitalized, and punctuated.) JGM R.A.F 1941"

ewerchonowicz said...

hi there

I enjoyed reading the comments on this poem, "High Flight". I agree with a couple of folks that state one of the word is incorrectly quoted. "The high unsurpassed sanctity of space" should read, The high untrespassed sanctity of space".

A good reading of the poem can be heard in a movie called "Snow Walker". It is, in the movie, used as part of a eulogy for a northern bush pilot.


william pursell said...

I think this might be interesting to everyone here. From 1947 to 1949 I was stationed at Bolling Field with the United States Air Force Band and Orchestra. My job was as composer-arranger for the radio show "The Air Force Hour." Some time between 1948 and 1949 Capt. Robert Keim (who was the producer of our show, conducted be Col. George S. Howard) approached me with this poem to look at. He had evidently come across it in some way, and we decided to do a show called High Flight using the poem along with the biographical information we had about John McGee. (I still have a laquer disc of that first show in my office, by the way, done some 59 years ago.) It was read for the first time by Lt. Cass Bielski (an announcer for our show) and I composed the first orchestral music to go behind the poem, played by the Air Force Symphony Orchestra.
It gives me an amazing feeling to see just how far this poem has traveled, and that it is now considered today to be the Creed of the Air Force. Around ten years ago I noticed that it was being used as a "sign off" for some TV stations, showing an F 111 doing some aerobatics. That was of course someone else's music, but we were the ones to give the poem it's so-called "birth exposure."

Dr. William W. Pursell
Belmont University Music School
Nashville, Tennessee



I just had a buddy of 37 years pass away suddenly. He was an Air Force Veteran. I wanted to

have this poem read at his funeral and tell his family of the

TV station that used to sign off with an airplane flying in the background and that poem

being read. I believe there was a TV station in the Tucson, AZ area I believe, but not confirmed.

If you have that information, I would appreciate if you would contact me with that info.

I would appreciate it immensly. Thanks

Gene Beaver
Sierra Vista, AZ

Wayne and Carol Peterson said...

Hi Barbara:
My class used the same reader in Barrie Ontario (North of Toronto). Do you remember "The Gypsies" and the story about the bear trying to get into the cabin in the woods?
I have been trying to obtain a copy of High Flights the reader as it has influenced me greatly over the years. Any ideas?
Wayne Peterson.

Declan44 said...

WMUR-TV in Manchester NH would sign off with "High Flight". Early 70's

Anonymous said...



peter said...

It is probable, though not certain, that John Gillespie Magee wrote this poem after an altitude flight undertaken from RAF Llandow, South Wales, UK on August 18th 1941. It is virtually certain, however that the poem was penned at RAF Llandow during his time of instruction there with 53 Operational Training Unit [O.T.U.], itself based there from 24th. July 1941 to May 9th.,1943.

John's father, a missionary, brought back from China, movie film evidence of the "Rape of Nanking" an event that accounted for some 250,000 to 300,000 murders of the Chinese people of that city by the Japanese in December 1937. He would surely have lost his life if found out.

Peter Lloyd, Air Britain Historians 20110, Port Talbot, South Wales, UK.

Sue Hutchings said...

John Denver recorded this poem as a song after the Challenger disaster. The lyrics were written in the liner notes of the album.

Anonymous said...

I am 62 years old and also remember "High Flight" coming on at the end of the broadcast day on television. It has been one of a few
poems that I have held dear to my heart over the years. I too would love a copy of this as it was shown on TV at the end of the day.

الاندرويد said...

very well this is a very nice poem thanks

Anonymous said...

I've heard this sung by a young male voice but I can't find it to purchase it. Does anyone know who has recorded this with music? It's actually sung not recited.

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Anonymous said...

While my hair was still cut straight across my forehead
I played about the front gate, pulling flowers.
You came by on bamboo stilts, playing horse,
You walked about my seat, playing with blue plums.
And we went on living in the village of Chokan:
Two small people, without dislike or suspicion.

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