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OLD AGE, ) Old Me,the evening of our life, the air And sweet tranquillity of light, when day Hath hid its implements of toil away, And the last breezes cool the brain from care; So mayst thou end the silver twilight star Thy s'lllbol hih of happiness and peace, more beauty as the sounds decrease Between tno du-k and Night's approaching car The "well-proved arms to eager Youth resign They tit him well; the council chair is thine. The quiet smile within the ch ar blue eye The scarce, line hair, that shines like silvery frost With murning's carly sunbeams faintly crossed; The thin, pale hand with azure tracery Venerable motions, and the frame by time Hallowed and half withdrawn from loud life, Like some cathedral gray with memories rife, In pillared aisles and walks of arching lime These are the tmits on which thy mellowed light Rests ere it sets, to rise bevond the night.

--AN EVENING VISION.

0 -AN AUTUMN REVERIE.

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