Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, HAD WE TWO MET, by WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR



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First Line: Had we two met, blithe-hearted burns
Last Line: Is there a hand-rail to the stairs?
Subject(s): Burns, Robert (1759-1796); Poetry & Poets


Had we two met, blithe-hearted Burns,
Tho' water is my daily drink,
May God forgive me but I think
We should have roared our toasts by turns.
Inquisitive low-whispering cares
Had found no room in either pate,
Until I asked thee, rather late,
Is there a hand-rail to the stairs?






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