A relative found this poem written inside the back cover of her copy of George Bernard Shaw's The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God (and Some Lesser Tales), and wondered if anyone can identify its origin? There is no other inscription on or in the book.
Strangers all...... But to me Must fall Odd romances Of words and passions and strange Confessions...... "Tis not all" The Devil Laughs "But more?" I pray not...... To lose all ALWAYS Till end of Tyme?