Excerpt from Oxford Poetry, 1916
N Shipscar beyond the wold the rivers run brown as beer, And the women are not cold, and the babes are darling and dear. The churches are white with praying, and the priests wear copes of gold, And the princes go clad in scarlet, fold upon spl... endid fold, And the youths have hair like daffodil in Shipscar over the wold.
And in spring-time the apple-blossom foams there in a rosy cloud, Like a goddess with melting bosom over her shepherd-boy bowed, And the sunsets Show wonderful crimson, they faint o'er the occi dent crests.
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