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MAY BREEZES, by            
First Line: Whither wouldst thou lead my feet
Last Line: Back to yesterday!
Subject(s): May (Month); Nature


Whither wouldst thou lead my feet,
Roving winds of May?
Through green lanes with lilac sweet
Where young lovers love to meet
And old couples stray?

Whither wouldst thou lead my eye,
Laughing winds of May?
Past the nesting birds on high
To the blossom-snows that fly
At thy bidding gay?

Whither wouldst thou lead my thought,
Whispering winds of May?
Down dim glades with mystery fraught,
Emerald-veiled, where, long unsought,
Nymph and dryad play?

Whither wouldst thou lead my heart,
Sighing winds of May?
Since my love and I did part
Lead us, by some happy art,
Back to Yesterday!





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