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MY LADY OF THE ROSES, by            
First Line: She dwells within a mansion fair
Last Line: My lady of the roses.
Subject(s): Flowers; Roses


She dwells within a mansion fair
Where sunlight soft reposes,
How wonderful for me she'd care,
My Lady of the roses.

Though others come and humbly kneel
To sue for smile or favor,
To me she's true through woe or weal,
Her love will never waver.

Though fortune frowns and fate's behest
Sorrow and pain imposes,
I'll not complain, to me is left
My Lady of the roses.

And when some day in death's embrace
My silent form reposes,
May angels guard with tender grace
My Lady of the roses.





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