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The East Wind

The East Wind image
Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
December
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

You're coming, coming, like the light And spreiding o'er the lea. I know there's death for some tonight, But Ufe and joy to me, For you're the east wind, L ! East wind that I love, , .' The east wind of the sea. I, nurtured on our sea girt coast, Round roof and rock and tree, Drank in the food 1 loved the most, The east wind of the sea. And midst the spray on ocean's breast, While yoĆ¼ whistled wild and free, I've kissed your cheek and sunk to rest, , O east wind of the sea! So, though 1 pray for those you harm And wish it might not be, Sweep in and bring the old, old charm - Oh, bring it back to mei For you're the east wind, East wind that 1 love, The east wind of the sea. - BriO3 TranscriDt.