A Poem: Fickle
In the season thus we folly,
Tis' the wind is here alas;
But then our hearts just long to wander
In the splendor of green grass.
Soon again the snow is melted,
And replaced with morning dew;
But ne'r the heart shall be contented
When the wind is overdue.
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