Haikus from The Works of Edgar Allan Poe by Edgar Allan Poe

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I should mention, too,
that this limb was no farther
subject to my will.

Some few inquiries
had been made, but these had been
readily answered.

At length, for the third
or fourth time, they descended
into the cellar.

There are some subjects
upon which I take pleasure
in being minute.

An outstretched arm caught
my own as I fell, fainting,
into the abyss.