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THE WIDOW'S CHARGE AT HER…

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THE WIDOW'S CHARGE AT HER DAUGHTER'S BRIDAL. pm-k-L gently, thou, whose hand has won .Theyoungbirdfromhernestaway, "Where careless 'neath a vernal sun She gaily caroll'd day by day; Tte'liaunt'is lone—the heart must grieve, Froin whence her timid wing doth soar; The pensive list at hush of eve, Yet hoar her gushing song no more. i, Daal aently with her,—thou art dear, .Beyond what vestal lips have told; i And, like a lamb from fountains clear, She turns, confiding, to thy fold. fOae round thy sweet, domestic bower, t The wreathes of changeless love shall twine, Watch for thy step at vesper hour, £ .1. And blend her holiest prayer with thine. tteal gently, thou, when far away, i. -'Mid stranger scenes, her foot shall rove, Nor let thy tender cares decay, The soul of woman lives in love: And sliould'st thou, wondering, mark a tear Unconscious from her eyelid break, Be pitiful, and soothe the fear 1 That man's strong heart can ne'1)r partake. A mother yields her gem to thee, On thy true breast to sparkle rare- She placeth'neath thy household tree The idol of her fondest care; And by thy trust to be forgiven, When judgment wakes in terror wild, Bv all thy treasured hopes of heaven, Deal gently with the widow's cMM! 3IG0XJBNEY,

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