The Dream-Bridge

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The Dream-Bridge  (1912) 
by Clark Ashton Smith
1912.

All drear and barren seemed the hours,
  That passed rain-swept and tempest-blown.
The dead leaves fell like brownish notes
  Within the rain's grey monotone.

There came a lapse between the showers:
  The clouds grew rich with sunset gleams;
Then o'er the sky a rainbow sprang-
  A bridge unto the Land of Dreams.

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