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rion Th B Niwa.]
A 8BAR LEAF FROM MEMORY.
The roseate blush was on her dlifpled cheek,
The happy smile bedecked her dewy lips,
Her words In cadence sweet, fell on my car,
Her tiny hand bedecked with jewels, and so
Were alt my ow u.
Time past and still amid the shades we met,
Where whispering low tlf6 waters crept,
O5'er fragrant beds where'violets slept,
When meek eyed stars thieir vigils kept
And all for me.
tarth wore then her richest robes of pink,
And star eyed Hopo the golden link,
That lures us to the fatal brink,
there love is wont to rest, and drink
The crystal cup.
* * * * * * *
Turn back-we will not further go,
To retrospect the past-but o'er
The sear loaves of regretted joys
IWe'll flee to greet more recent toys
Thatjust as soon will fade.
The lurid glare of fiery Mars,
Emblazoned the Northern sky,
And where an hundred thousand meet,
The lover-insooth must hie
To do or die.
Full many a froughten field is passed,
Full many a sulphurous cloud,
But rides he on with dauntless crest.
Where few shall part and thousands rest
In grim and gory shroud.
le remembers then the smiles of home,
The duarest and the best,
Whoro loved porfections ever roam,
And fond affections rest.
In ely slam de'r.
Al! where will ortel estrangement cease,
And where the end of- abscuce lease ?
Methinks where the guordon of merit is
And truth, and fidelity is rewarded
Ridgeway, 8. C.
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work, and they woL't bite you."
"Jane, has that surly fellow cleared
off the snow from the Pavement?" "Yes,
sir." "Did he clear it off with alactity,
Jane?" "No, sir; with a shovel."
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