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POET'S CORNER.

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POET'S CORNER. BLUEBELLS Nodding in the sunlight, Dancing in the breeze, Murmuring sweetest musio 'Mid the forest trees Rivalling: skies of summer With thy colour rare, Shedeling fragrant odouia On the soft spring air. Hushing fears to wlenoa. Bidding doubt to flee: cooing us to worship God, who faahion-ed thek —Eileen Carfrae. TO BRIGHTER DAYS. 0 happy year, what wilt thou bring When winter dayr have ceased to be? tWiU flowers awaken with the spring. And will the birds sing o'er the lea ? !A snowy wreath, was on thy brow When thou didst usher in thy year; Cold was the icy breath, but now The anowdropli in the land appear. Soon wilt thou take us by the hand And lead us by a Bowery way; Soon wilt thou deck a smiling land With beauteous robes and sunny day. And in the hedgerows we will hear The nesting-birds sweet mueic make And once again on listening ear The song of summer shall awake. 0 happy year 0 cominjr morn! Haste ye, 0 haste thy laggard feet! And, till thy gladsome spring is born Fill thou our breasts with promise sweet. —Gilbert Rae (in "Chambers's Journal").

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HER VENGEANCE