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A Song of Labour And Other Poems

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A Song of Labour And Other Poems
Alexander Anderson
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How beautiful was Eliore ! Her dress Was one that set off all her loveliness.
Pure white, that, like a balmy summer mist, Clung lovingly around her form, and kiss'd The ground beneath. And in her hair was set A rose new-cull'd, whose tiny leaves were wet With a most tear-like dewiness, that shed A queen-like lustre on the noble head, And on the long rich tresses that fell o'er Her shoulders, that were whiter than the core 22 ELIORE.
Of a great drift of snow, and rich and rife, But touch'd her b
...osom, and grew into life With a continuous motion, as if there Cupid had nestling stole, and, unaware, Betray'd with gentle thrills his resting-place ; While in the smiles that play'd upon her face There seem'd no token of the morning dread, But joy and happiness was there instead, Beaming from eyes whose every glance was bright With lustre like to Heaven's own living light.
And now the lite was o'er, and the sweet strife Of murmur'd words whose music made her wife, And guests had wish'd her happiness, and all That can of good to earthly beings fall, And he was at her side for whom her heart Had beat those vows that only could depart With death itself, if death could so untie Those links that seem for all eternity ; And she was happy, and around the room Her bright eyes wander'd, while a higher bloom Grew on her cht ek, as still his manly tone Lived in her ear and mingled with her own.


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