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216 the love i fell mo tongue can tell my dearest friends fare well, farewell. a bird in a gilded cage. (1) The fallroom was filled with fashion throng, it shone with a thousands light passed along was a woman who passed along the fairest of all the sight, a girl to her love then softly sighted there's reaches at her command but she married for wealth not for love he cried. thought she lives in a manion gland (Chouis) She only a bird in a gilded cage a beautifyk sight to see you may think she is happy md free from case she's not there she seems to be, tis sad when you think of her wasted life, for youth cannit mate with age and her beautifyk was sold for an old man's gold. She a bird in a gilded cage. (2) I stood in the church yard just. at eve, when the sunset adored the west, and looked at the peeople who came to give for loved ones now laid at rest a talk marble momment marked the grave.
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