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First Line: The young spring night in all her virtue walks
Last Line: Poor cheating folly, should I wait on you?
Alternate Author Name(s): Blunden, Edmund
Subject(s): Love


THE young spring night in all her virtue walks;
I never knew myself so fallen in love.
And she is kind; her eyes reveal it, where
Soft blue she gazes through the windowed woods.
Her touch is seraph sense; within it glide
Primrosy coolness, bluebell-trembling shyness,
Violet-benediction; if she speaks,
It is a sigh unbosomed with such music
That far and wide the forests and the farms
Whisper, Arouse; 'tis God.
Having this love,
Poor cheating Folly, should I wait on you?





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