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THE TWO ROSES, by            
First Line: Yestreen beneath the greenery
Last Line: "the farmer's boy that drives the herds."
Subject(s): Children; Flowers; Love; Roses; Childhood


YESTREEN beneath the greenery
I found young Rose in tears that shed
Over a little rose's bed
That was less rosy far than she.
"Dear heart, what can your trouble be?"
I asked the little golden-head.
And she replied, "Ah, sir, if said
It's secret between you and me!"

"As I was passing by, a rose
This same whereon my tears down pour—
Told me this truth in shy soft words,
A bud once blown can never close.
And my fond heart's wide open for
The farmer's boy that drives the herds."





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