Excerpt from Pen Pictures and Other Gleanings
To whom, this little song I Sing, ('tis but a simple, heartfelt thing To say) Shall, lovingly its mission take, With love, it, only, for my sake, Endow And, when the time shall come That, I no more, may make my Home, Where now I l... ive, and move in joy, among Your cherished selves, where I so long Your kind Companionship so dear and sweet Peerless, elsewhere to ever meet, Or find And, first comes Annie Leonard Garrard, and Her little Isabel - Ah! On land And sea, Seek far and Wide, but fruitlessly, I'm sure your search will be, For we Have met her duplicate, ah! Never! I clasp her to my soul, forever! And name For her, the Oleander pink, Because on those sweet blooms, I think A ¿ame Of glorious hue, glows, when the sun's rays fall Thereon, that far surpasses all The light And glow of any other Flower Created in garden rare, or bower So bright! So glorious, SO rosy hued, So, with a look of soul, imbued, That I Always must needs, in thought, recall The dear, sweet Friend, who can enthrall With eye.
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