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I COULD BUT KNOW.

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I COULD BUT KNOW. A reply to "Sylvius" in the Observer and Expres of last week. Ah I did hear—though whispered low— Your words of love but did I know, Or e'en surmise You looked upon my gentle face, My beauty and my humble grace, With lover's eyes ? Or that, when we are far apart,— You bear mine image in thy heart, Ah did I know ? I recollect, one morning bright, With eyes as piercing as the light You stared at me And what those cunning looks could mean To one befoie you'd never seen, Best known to thee. If I were ever asked to tell, I'd answer with the query-" Well, Did I not know ? Ah don't you know, albeit all skill, Expressions of the features will The truth unfold, And don't you know, no fact can vie The fact that in the human eye The heart is told. Thus, where thy imute soul was wrought, Thy very secret hidden thought I could but know. But, fond admirer, can there be For you no reciprocity In love's an air ? Be not faint-hearted—take good cheer, Approach, and try your fortune, dear,— Do not despair. And when again we're passing by, You read the language of my eye— Then you will know. JULIA. Bangor, Feb. 2nd, 1885.

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