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— Joaquin Miller, Context: Come listen, O Love, to the voice of the dove, Come, hearken and hear him say, THERE ARE MANY TO-MORROWS, MY LOVE, MY LOVE, — THERE IS ONLY ONE TO-DAY. Dedication to his daughter Jaunita Miller on her 10th birthday, later published as "The Voice of the Dove".

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