Thirty four and three.

In Mary’s aged quarters,
By drab and unlit eyes,
Footsteps quietly creeping,
Between him and where I lie.
At tepid time of hour,
And sullen heavy mind,
The oil which spread to keep me,
Is eating me alive.

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