Weird Tales/Volume 30/Issue 4/After Two Nights of the Ear-ache
|←The Purple Cincture||After Two Nights of the Ear-ache (1937)
|The Eyrie →|
|From Weird Tales, Volume 30, Issue 4. Credited to "Francis Hard"; a pseudonym of the Weird Tales editor Farnsworth Wright according to the Internet Speculative Fiction Database.|
|After Two Nights of the|
Most gentle Sleep! Two nights I wooed in vain;
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