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A man and woman in nineteenth-century dress are together on the castle battlements, in a heavily treed garden; there are mountains in the background.
Here were lovers twice wed, that were happy a least!
No music, save such as the nightingales sung,
Breath’d their bridals abroad; and no cressed, up-hung,
Lit that festival hour, save what soft light was given
From the pure stars that peopled the deep-purple heaven.
He open’d the casement: he led her with him,
Hush’d in heart, to the terrace, dipp’d cool in the dim
Lustrous gloom of the shadowy laurels. They heard
Aloof the invisible, rapturous bird,
With her wild note bewildering the woodlands [...]