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"To Kate Carol" by Edgar Allan Poe
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The picture used is a public domain image of Frances S. Osgood: "Engraved by J. Cheney from a portrait by S. S. Osgood", from her posthumous book Poems (1850), published by Carey & Hart, Philadelphia. Kate Carol was a pseudonym for Frances Osgood, so that Poe and Osgood could exchange love poems in published journals without anybody realizing it.

When from your gems of thought I turn
To those pure orbs, your heart to learn,
I scarce know which to prize most high-
The bright i-dea, or the bright dear-eye.
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