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A Snowy Winter's Morning

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Aeroas the snow. I see her go , Wllli ful ry steps, tl. is raornlng, They llghtly press the bridal dress V iiu-li Is the earlh adornlng. O'er i jnsii and tree, or hill and lea, The tleecy fold are gnthered ; The fencea brown, wlth elder-down. Are edged mul Upped and feathered. Eneh twlg and crook and eosy nook Is plled and miert wlth treasure, From out the sky, so far, so high, Wlth most unstlnted rneasure. So fair and weet, adown the stree!. Her Huuny heart reflectlng, ] n stn iit-s that chase all o'er her race, lier eyea the sceuo inspectlug. Those eye so true, of vloiet hne, Are wlstfully, shy and tender; They have DO juirt wlthtn my heiirt, The whole of lt 1 reinier. I swii'tly go across tlie snow, This lovety wlnter'B morulng, And teil her ilils, betweeu each klss, "1 love you, love you, darliiii:." Uec. 3, 1889. H. K.


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Ann Arbor Courier