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    ONLY two faded roses, tied with [?] Given to me by a maiden from her [?] and true; Only two faded roses, whoso leaves are [?] ...

    Article : 134 words
  3. The Storyteller.

    To Havre! Yes; it was thence the great ships set sail for Southern America. He had thought of them, and dreamed of them often in his boyhood, when he felt that he was one ...

    Article : 2,890 words
  4. The Squatter's Farewell.

    COME, "Stumpy," old man, we must shift while we can; All your mates in the paddock are dead: Let us wave our farewells to Glen Eva's sweet ...

    Article : 282 words
  5. Chapter XXVII.

    IT was the springtide of 1867, year of the gathering of the nations in the great circular glass house of the Champs de Mars, with its gardens and fountains and external ...

    Article : 1,397 words
  6. The Streanlet.

    A STREAMBLET flowed through a garden, And thickly on either side The grasses waved, and sweet blossoms Fell into its flowing tide. ...

    Article : 497 words



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