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INCONTINENCE, by            
First Line: Straight lies the path before me
Last Line: How I sigh for the little winding way where red, red roses blow!


Straight lies the path before me,
And O it is so plain!
Should I forsake it but a step two hearts would suffer pain.

Sweet, sweet are stolen waters!
And yet -- and yet a grief
Stabs deeply and a lasting scar is heart-worn by a thief!

Never my step will falter --
But O you'll never know
How I sigh for the little winding way where red, red roses blow!





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