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The Love Song for J. Alfred Prufrock Notes

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IN“, (SOICd'IDfi 73I should have been it pair ofragged claws m ‘0' 1) 74Scuitlmg items the floors of silent sens, 150‘“ ”a," ”w 0 O O 75And the afternoon, the evening, sleeps so peaoefully? TGSmootl-ied by long fingers, TTMIeep tired or it melingers, 78$tretehed on the floor. here besltle you and me. 79Should InflerIeemdcnlresandioes. SDI-lave the strength to force the moment to its crisis? 81But though I have wept Ind rested, wept lid prayed, "____3_2Tltough llitive seen my head (grown sliduly bald) W in well _;9And time for all the works and days of hands . W 3011131 tilt and drop a question on your plate; Ob) 89““ y 3IT'tme for you and time for me, 32mm time yet for a hundred ittidocismns_ 043"”)th 33m for a hundred Visions and revtstons, “Before the taking of e toast and tea. 351 women come 36‘I'atking ot' Michelangelo TAnd indeed there will be time 381'0 wonder. ‘DO I dare; and. 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