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PO ETR Y. THK WIN T Kit N OS KG AY. Flourrrv—fresh fio«ers,— with your fragrance free. Have vo l come, in your queenly robes to ine ? I Jle have you sought. from your fair retreat With your greeting lips, and your dewy feet. And the heavenward uUnco of your radiant eye, Like angel-guests, from a purer sky ? But where did yc hide when tI-e frost came near, And your many sisters were pale with fear ? Where did ye hide, with a cheek as bright As glenrn'd amid Eden's vales of light. Ere the wiles of the Tempter its bli-s had shamed Or the terrible s • ord o'cr its gateway flamed ? Flowers,—sweet flowers,— with your words ofclieer, Thanks to the friend who liatli brought you here. For this, may her blos.oms of varied dye Be t!!e earliest t)oi-n 'iieitli ti)(- vt-rnal sky,— And she be led, by their whispcr'd lore To the love of that land wh-re they fade no more. January 1841. I,.

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