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First Line: Love is a thing of frail and delicate growth
Last Line: For which there is no healing.
Alternate Author Name(s): L. E. L.; Maclean, Letitia
Subject(s): Love - Nature Of


LOVE is a thing of frail and delicate growth;
Soon checked, soon fostered; feeble, and yet strong:
It will endure much, suffer long, and bear
What would weigh down an angel's wing to earth,
And yet mount heavenward; but not the less
It dieth of a word, a look, a thought;
And when it dies, it dies without a sign
To tell how fair it was in happier hours:
It leaves behind reproaches and regrets,
And bitterness within affection's well,
For which there is no healing.





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