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ON THE SALE OF MY FARM, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Well-away and be it so
Last Line: Seeking ache of memory here.
Subject(s): Farm Life; Agriculture; Farmers

Well-away and be it so,
To the stranger let them go.
Even cheerfully I yield
Pasture, orchard, mowing-field,
Yea and wish him all the gain
I required of them in vain.
Yea and I can yield him house,
Barn, and shed, with rat and mouse
To dispute possession of.
These I can unlearn to love.
Since I cannot help it? Good!
Only be it understood,
It shall be no trespassing
If I come again some spring
In the grey disguise of years,
Seeking ache of memory here.

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