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MAY AND I.

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MAY AND I. I sent a clover leaf to May, And bade her read its meaning sweet; Then waited through the weary day The answer, hoping she would say What I each moment did repeat- Forever thine, forever thine," In answer to appeal of mine. Meanwhile, the message came to May; She read its meaning and love's power; Then sent a dahlia bloom to say (Her dear heart in the answer lay), What she should whisper all the hour- Forever thine, forever thine." In answer to appeal of mine. And so it happened, May and I, Ere long, before the altar stood; No rude voice did the banns deny- But through tho chancel sweet reply Was heard, when May her maidenhood Laid by, and said Forever thine," In answer to appeal of mine.

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