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TO MARGARET'S EYE, by            
First Line: Oh! I have seen the blush of morn
Last Line: Was dim near that in margaret's eye.
Subject(s): Eyes


Oh! I have seen the blush of morn,
And I have seen the evening sky;
But ah! they faded when I gaz'd
On the bright heaven of Margaret's eye.
I've seen the Queen of evening ride
Majestic, 'mid the clouds on high;
But e'en Diana in her pride
Was dim, near Margaret's brilliant eye.
I've seen the azure vault of heaven,
I've seen the star-bespangled sky;
But oh! I would the whole have given
For one sweet glance from Margaret's eye.
I've seen the dew upon the rose,
It trembled 'neath the zephyr's sigh;
But oh! the tear which nature shed
Was dim near that in Margaret's eye.





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