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��. . by my sorrow.Thou wak'st with the morrow,To know that this hour we part, o'er the billow.My dream-haunted pillow Shall bring thee a-gain,mine own,

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���dry on the plain.Yet on my cheeks tears are falling like rain. Oh I . kiss on my brow, Over! and thou art a memory now.

��Farewell for ever, Farewell to thee!

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