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First Line: Whisper, whisper out of the west
Last Line: On tired little eyes and tired little feet.


Whisper, whisper out of the west,
Fold thy plumes o'er my birdling's nest,
Come, O wind, whence the poppies blow,
Come whence the lullaby fountains flow.
Come, with kisses soft and sweet
For tired little eyes and tired little feet.

Whisper, whisper out of the south;
Drop thy balm on the wee red mouth;
Come, O wind, from the palm and pine,
From the trailing moss and the tangled vine;
Come, with touches soft and sweet
On tired little eyes and tired little feet.





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