|acrylic and coloured pencil on 155 lb.
D'Arches hot press watercolour
paper, 19x26 inches
|"In after years shall she stand here again,
In heart regretful? and with lonely sighs
Think on that night of love, and realise
Whose was the fault whence grew the parting
And, in her soul, persuading still in vain,
Still doubt take shape, and all its old surmise
Bid darker phantoms of remorse arise
Trailing the rainment of dead disdain?"
Madison J. Cawein, 1896