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POEMS T H AT S I NG BY F R E NCH M A S T E R S t 3

Springtime

Of wind and frost and rain The land her cloak now sheds. She puts on sunny reds And primps like ladies vain.

All nature’s creatures’ heads Are full of song again. Of wind and frost and rain The land her cloak now sheds.

The fountains and streambeds, Bejeweled like queens of Spain, Glitter with silv’ry threads Flow like a queenly train.

Of wind and frost and rain The land her cloak now sheds. She puts on sunny reds And primps like ladies vain.

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