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"E'en the slight hairbell raised its head
Elastic 'neath her airy treadf'
See no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil.
" The Spring has come, I hear the birdsf'
" Music hath CllH1'll1S to soothe the savage breast."
" At every word a reputation diesf,
"A source of innocent IllG1'l'llll6I1I.,,
"I seem a little tired and I long for restf,
Her voice was ever soft
Gentle, low, an excellent thing in woman."
" She raves, her words are loose
As heaps of sand, and scattering wide from sense."
"YVhere peace and rest can never dwell."
"I have been in love this many and many a year."
"I chatter, chatter as I go."
"I shall never love again." A. K.
" Her coming was heard for miles aboutf' D B
Her pen is mightier than her sword."