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?27? 'SON?S, ' AND THOSE TEARS--THOSE TEARS WILL RISE TO VIEW. ' Taos?. tears--those 'tears will rise to view, Which, at our parting, thou did'st sh?d , And vividly the thought renew Of days departed--pleasures fled. 'Oh, there-is somewhat in the tear Of one we' love, that thrills each .vein, 'Beyond ev'n joy, grief, hope; or fear, With strange, yet sadly-pleasing, pain ! "Tis sweet, because we feel, in grief, More closely drawn to wh? we love, And, striving to im?rt relief, An added-tenderness we prove. And.yet we cannot.be?r to see That. face, whose smiles were wont to glow, ......... ?Google