Marc Bolan, The Warlock of Love|
Page 4 of the Original Volume
The first page on which a poem appeared in this book was numbered 4.
We hide behind the masks of the Orient,
because the sullen lumbering shapes of
the western world strike fear and terror
into our limbs, and all is ungrown.
Legends we long for and legends there
are in the east of our heads.
So perchance Gods dwell unseen in the
east of the world.
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