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First Line: Though he hung dumb upon her wall
Last Line: And one shall live in two each year.
Subject(s): Togetherness


Though he hung dumb upon her wall
And was so very still and small --
A miniature, a counterpart,
Yet did she press him to her heart
On countless, little loving trips,
And six times pressed him to her lips!
As surely as she kissed him six,
As sure as sand and water mix,
Sure as canaries sweetly sing,
And lilies come when comes the spring,
The two have hopes for days of bliss
When four warm lips shall meet in kiss;
Four eyes shall blend to see as one,
Four hands shall do what two have done,
Two sorrow-drops will be one tear --
And one shall live in two each year.





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