For works with similar titles, see Curse.
|←The Coming of Song||Curses
by , translated by Nikola Tesla and Robert Underwood Johnson
|A Fairy from the Sun-Shower→|
Fain would I curse thee, sweet unkind!
That thou art fair;
Fain curse my mother, that not blind
She did me bear;
But, no! each curse would break, not bind,
The heart ye share.
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