A Wreath of Columbia's Flowers: 1858

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H. Dayton, 1858 - American fiction - 138 pages

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Page 75 - And when my soul, opprest with sadness, Would turn in silence, and forget Its anguish in a dream of gladness — That halcyon eve, whose mystic spell Perchance we both remember well, Comes o'er me like some distant ray, The herald of a happier day.
Page 75 - To whisper softly in thy ear, The thoughts that once that little word Within my throbbing bosom stirred — When from thine own dear lips it...
Page 76 - Together will we stem the tide. Good night ! how oft in happier hours, We've sported with the summer flowers, And when at dewy...

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