In sunshine cawed the raven black
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that brooked no looking after--
And the sun, whose day was done
slid down behind the pasture--
And while it fell, did such a knell,
ring loud and long to dafter
And by twilight, there lay a sight
that cried an evil laughter.
Did many a corpse lay cold and dead
there in yonder pasture
For they, as one, their days undone
would see no morrow thereafter.
By moonlight cawed the raven black
for it was now the raptor
And took it's flight, through day and night
to teach another captor.