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THE MASTER-WOOER, by            
First Line: I saw thy heart to-day
Last Line: The rock shall yield herself to him for aye.
Subject(s): Hearts; Man-woman Relationships; Perseverance; Stones; Male-female Relations; Granite; Rocks


I SAW thy heart to-day:
A rock against whose breast the ceaseless spray
Dashed itself into madness, woe and death,
Like one that all in vain beleaguereth.

Ah, but the ceaselessness!
The sea that dieth liveth none the less:
After a thousand years must come a day
The rock shall yield herself to him for aye.





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