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HUMAN LIFE'S MYSTERY . .
A CHILD'S THOUGHT OF GOD .
THE CLAIM . . . .
SONG OF THE ROSE . . .
A DEAD ROSE . . .
THE EXILE'S RETURN . . .
THE SLEEP . . .
THE MEASURE . . .
COWPER'S GRAVE . . .
THE WEAKEST THING . . .
THE PET-NAME . . .

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THE SLEEP

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THE MOURNING MOTHER

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A VALEDICTION . . .
LESSONS FROM THE GORSE .
THE LADY'S YES · · ·
A WOMAN'S SHORTCOMINGS .
A MAN'S REQUIREMENTS. .
A YEAR'S SPINNING . .
CHANGE UPON CHANGE . .
THAT DAY . . . .
A REED . . . . .
THE DEAD PAN . . .
A CHILD'S GRAVE AT FLORENCE
CATARINA TO CAMOENS .
LIFE AND LOVE . . .
A DENIAL . . . .

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CATARINA TO CAMOENS

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CASA GUIDI WINDOWS . . . . .

ADVERTISEMENT TO THE FIRST EDITION
FIRST PART
FIRST PART . . . . .
SECOND PART . . . . .

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POEMS.

THE LOST BOWER.

I.
In the pleasant orchard-closes,
'God bless all our gains,' say we;
But‘May God bless all our losses,

Better suits with our degree.
Listen, gentlemay, and simple ! listen, children on the

knee!

Green the land is where my daily
Steps in jocund childhood played,
Dimpled close with hill and valley,

Dappled very close with shade ;
Summer-snow of apple-blossoms running up from glade

to glade.

VOL. III.

III.

There is one hill I see nearer
In my vision of the rest;
And a little wood seems clearer

As it climbeth from the west, Sideway from the tree-locked valley, to the airy upland crest.

IV.
Small the wood is, green with hazels,
And, completing the ascent,
Where the wind blows and sun dazzles

Thrills in leafy tremblement,
Like a heart that after climbing beateth quickly

through content.

Not a step the wood advances
O’er the open hill-top's bound;
There, in green arrest, the branches

See their image on the ground:
You may walk beneath them smiling, glad with sight

and glad with sound.

VI.

For you harken on your right hand,
How the birds do leap and call
In the greenwood, out of sight and

Out of reach and fear of all;
And the squirrels crack the filberts through their

cheerful madrigal.

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