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Full text of "New Poems And Variant Readings"

ON NOW                       47
ON NOW, ALTHOUGH THE YEAR BE DONE
ON now, although the year be done, Now, although the love be dead,
Dead and gone;
Hear me, O loved and cherished one, Give me still the hand that led, Led me on.
IN THE GREEN AND GALLANT SPRING
IN the green and gallant Spring, Love and the lyre I thought to sing, And kisses sweet to give and take By the flowery hawthorn brake,
Now is russet Autumn here, Death and the grave and winter drear, And I must ponder here aloof .While the rain is on the roof.