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ON SOME BUTTERCUPS, by            
First Line: A little way below her chin
Last Line: To find a voice and tell!
Subject(s): Admiration; Buttercups; Flowers

A LITTLE way below her chin,
Caught in her bosom's snowy hem,
Some buttercups are fastened in, --
Ah, how I envy them!
They do not miss their meadow place,
Nor are they conscious that their skies
Are not the heavens, but her face,
Her hair, and mild blue eyes.
There, in the downy meshes pinned,
Such sweet illusions haunt their rest;
They think her breath the fragrant wind,
And tremble on her breast;
As if, close to her heart, they heard
A captive secret slip its cell,
And with desire were sudden stirred
To find a voice and tell!

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