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TO A CHAMOIS, by            
First Line: Wing-footed chamois, with your gaze so wide
Last Line: And so untroubled, nibbling a wild rose!
Alternate Author Name(s): Goldstone, Mrs. Lafayette Anthony
Subject(s): Chamois


Wing-footed chamois, with your gaze so wide
And so untroubled, nibbling a wild rose,
So unsuspecting of what will betide!
The heart that beats against you tender side,

How can it warn you that your little hide
Will spread the powder on Camilla's nose?
Wing-footed chamois, with your gaze so wide
And so untroubled, nibbling a wild rose!





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