Here you will find the Poem The Pleiades of poet Arthur Henry Adams
LAST night I saw the Pleiades again, Faint as a drift of steam From some tall chimney-stack; And I remembered you as you were then: Awoke dead worlds of dream, And Time turned slowly back. I saw the Pleiades through branches bare, And close to mine your face Soft glowing in the dark; For Youth and Hope and Love and You were there At our dear trysting-place In that bleak London park. And as we kissed the Pleiades looked down From their immeasurable Aloofness in cold Space. Do you remember how a last leaf brown Between us flickering fell Soft on your upturned face? Last night I saw the Pleiades again, Here in the alien South, Where no leaves fade at all; And I remembered you as you were then, And felt upon my mouth Your leaf-light kisses fall! The Pleiades remember and look down On me made old with grief, Who then a young god stood, When you?now lost and trampled by the Town, A lone wind-driven leaf,? Were young and sweet and good!