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i POET'S CORNER. 0 U, When over vale and lea t The amber lights fade slowly, And the eventide, All perfumed breathes of you; Then heart's delight, Sweet axe your lips for me, Jj When swift the shadows fall, Bringing me—you! a And when beyond the sea I The pearl-dawn opens slowly, a And the world awakes, j- Radiant, and glad of you; t. Then, heart's delight, c Love lights your eyes for me, s And life to me means love, 0 And love meaiw—you. & J. FBANCIS DAVIES ("Egerton Grey"), In the "IdleT," April, 1909. \&bezcanaid. e t THE TREASURED BOOK. t t) little book, I loved you so; J It seems such little while ago. s I loved you, though I scarce knew why, r And moved to smile and moved to sigh j Each day I turned your pages o'er g I found more comfort than before. For the old time's sake I love you still, Dear little book, and always will, g The lines I marked, the foolish phrase, t Seemed passing fine in those old day- j. Now wi&?r grown I am, and yet ) Outgrowing you brings but regret. j fcfc. -—— i

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