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But he did one thing that was hardly fair-
“ Now, just to set them thinking,
Shall crack to tell I've been drinking!”
I had a friend that loved me;
How glorious is thy girdle, cast
O'er mountain, tower, and town;
ETERNITY! thou holdest in thy hand
Takes in at once the landscape of the world
TO A GLOVE.
Thou more than most sweet glove,
DARK lay her eyelid's jetty fringe
Do and suffer nought in vain ;
Let no trifle trifling be:
Let e'en wrongs bring good to thee;
An accent very low
Of subtle-paced counsel in distress,
Winning its way with extreme gentleness
THE EARTH AND THE MOON.
When the heart-sick Earth
COME, paint me earthly grandeur. So he dipp'd
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