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The-- f St f t WhI i -
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sun was beaming
The Lily Queen
The tallest fl
Far from the others
Into his blood-red heart.
s my own,
Little Bo-Peep, she lost her sheep,
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Ladies acknowledge that it
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IH stands fbr HALWIrA.
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To the white
he cried in anguish,
are those tall white spires ?
heart with wild desires.
" It is the Ice King's
But the greet
" My Queen,
ts our own look dim,
ing at the portal
cold and grim.'"
land is happy,
But I would
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Will last twice as long. You can twist it,
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L stands for Lundborg "-
From each flower that blooms
He gathers sweet odors
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With his rich Goya Lily,"
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None others compare.
UST THE PRESENT
S N 'ANCHOR
in that white palace,
not and slowly
we all must die,
Even here in
me see those fair places
yet I have strength
was proud, but fo
From the sunshine
of her garden
To the land of ice and
His way lay
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as he passed,
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To find his
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The flowers grew small and scattering,
The trees were bleak and bare,
No sound was heard but the whistling
Of the biting, frosty air.
As he went thus painfully upward,
The palace seemed more remote;
A snowflake fell on his forehead,
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He thought them each a message
Sent by his future bride
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His faltering step grew firmer,
His heart more full of hope;
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land is so white and silent,
I feel s
o strange and alone!"
flew back to the garden
his Lily Queen had her home.
He said, "And a palace surely stood
great ice pillars
" But see! the pa
his deep despair.
lace is lighted,"
He cried, My journey's
The color fled from
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New York, October 9 1890 K JI i.'i.'j, No. 2S
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And in the
to his sunny
From the breast of the mountain stream,
was the end of her wooing!
And this the end of his
From the place where they
So from them comes our
With its robe
pure white lily,
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