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3ვნ Na ·· al dha 7 But years came and fled, I saw thee not And still a life-long hunger gnawed my beast; But years came and fled, no relief they brought, And still that life-long hunger marred my lest 8 Oh, blame me not if I could ne'er forget -ab The charms which so enthralled my yielding heart. Not e'en the saints who upon Vishon wait Could long resist their piercing dart. 19 Atlength we met again, and thou wert kind, And earth below now changed to heaven above ; O what delirium sweet possessed my mind ln those too happy, happy days of love e- s p-tir Pas 22O O. say dost thou think of thy lover yet Of him, who ne'er shall cense to think of thee, Though oceans rolled 'tween us, and ruthless fate Kept thee away, my life of life, from me ! 2. Remember'st thou that stilly-witching hour, When in my arms all tumbling thou wert borne A blushing peari-to our bridal bow'r, And Iymen held the torch, and vows were sworn : 22 Remember's thou those vows with kisses sealed, Thy plight-thy promises ne'er to forget ;– When soul wed soul, and hearts with rapture filled, And ardent glances answ'ring glances met ? 23 Remember'st thou-thy hand thcn clasped in mine Thou said'st to me in scraph accents sweet :- * This hanll-this heart-my life itself are thine,' When all entranced down I knelt at thy feet? 24 O happy days! O joys beyond compare! When hearts dissolved in mcling streams away. And, like the perfume-laden Summer air, We breathed sweet thoughts all redolent of May. ܥܦܩܦܚܝܝܚ 33 ANATHBANDIU. Volume . trip 25 () happy lays when if we did not meet, umg fasa ()ur souls enhraced in passion-breathing letters ; ()r struck ont s«'intill:tions bright of wit, In which were forged our bonds, our golden setters •ዟ6 We lovel low tenderly each look-each glance, lfrom thee was pregnant with electric fire Thy motions-Oh they seemed the archis dance: Thy words, rich music from the Muses' lyre 27 We loved-wic lived a midst a new creation, And lo beneath the shadow of thinc own Mly soul was lost as in all ocultation, When fades the star, and shines the moon alone 28 We loved, and in that mystic oneness rare Of twain,–the higlest spiritualism givn To man, we breathed blest Eden's halmiest air, And proved the love by angels shared in heav'n. 29 As in fair Cynthia's beam all oijects lie E'en (larksome things-einbathed in silver light, So, I. ove, thou mighty wizard of the sky. Beneath lly spell charmed nitture looks all bright. 3O Through thy puism-gl:: - what gorge »us hues are seen To Lint the mcanest things that rouinclus lie ! What gold, ind purple, "arlet, blue aul green, By fairy hands are flung on earth and sky! 3. There was light–light where'er i turmed my gaze, Light-light in plain and wood and laughing brook Light-light in air and sky, and diamond blaze, Omyncstling dove, in thy radiant look! 32 lin the sweet heuven of thy sace were met Venus and I hespcrus fair sidely side; Oh, who that saw them once could : cr forget Those twin starlets in all their twinkling pridc! And Time shook peuls of joy from off his pinions, And Fancy strewed our path with richest teasures And all the golden hours, like willing minions, Waited on us with ever-changing pleasures. ܔܓܓ̈ܡܧܗ