The Meeting of David and Jonathan  

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"The Meeting of David and Jonathan" (1878) by John Addington Symonds.

"In his arms of strength / [and] in that kiss / Soul into soul was knit and bliss to bliss"; and in "The Ponte di Paradiso" (New and Old), a male speaker in contemporary Venice frankly evokes a lost male love: "Once more, a living god, he stands, / . . . what electric thrill, / 'Twixt me and him, / Shot with a sudden ache that still / Makes daylight dim."




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