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TREES AND THE WIND, by            
First Line: The fir trees bowed with cold disdain
Last Line: Into the wind's embrace!
Subject(s): Trees; Wind


The fir trees bowed with cold disdain
As to a fickle lover:
Gone were the days when they would thrill
To such a vagrant rover.

The maples swayed with stately grace
And whisperings mysterious,
Age old and wise; nor could they think
The wooing wind was serious.

But there were slender trees and young,
Lovely and full of grace,
Who flung themselves with wild delight
Into the wind's embrace!





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