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Page [NA] of Accolon of Gaul : with other poems / by Madison J. Cawein.

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DEAD AND GONE TWOT well o' his going I ro think in flowers fair;- His a right kind heart, my dear, To give the grass such hair. II. I wot well o' his lying Such nights out in the cold,- To list the cricket's crick, my sweet, TG see the glow-worm's gold. III. An mine eyes be laughterful, Well may they laugh, I trow,- Since two dead eyes a yesternight Gazed in them sad enow. IV. An my heart make moan and ache, Wall may it dree, I'm sure;- He is dead and gone, my love, And it is beggar poor.