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Beyond the mix up in authors,_______________________________________________
the Indian Serenade has the sappiest line
O lift me from the grass!
I die! I faint! I fail!
So first he dies, then faints, or just merely fails. This is
completely weak. He had to be under the influence to write this. It
actually sounds like a dream written by a very droopy lover.
By contrast Kublai Khan is very literate with great images and one
really doubts that it could have been written under the influence.
In either case accounts of dreams as inspiration are to be taken with
a grain of salt.
John M. Clement