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THE LOST LADY: SONG, by            
First Line: Where did you borrow that last sigh
Last Line: But cannot take it in.
Alternate Author Name(s): Berkeley, William
Subject(s): Love - Unrequited; Sighs


WHERE did you borrow that last sigh,
And that relenting groan?
For those that sigh, and not for love,
Usurp what's not their own.
Love's arrows sooner armour pierce
Than your soft snowy skin;
Your eyes can only teach us love,
But cannot take it in.





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