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First Line: Thou art like unto a flower
Last Line: So fine and clean and pure.
Alternate Author Name(s): F. P. A.
Subject(s): Flowers; Translating & Interpreting; Virtue


THOU art like unto a Flower,
So pure and clean thou art;
I view thee and much sadness
Steals to me in the heart.

To me it seems my Hands I
Should now impose on your
Head, praying God to keep you
So fine and clean and pure.





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