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    Age To Youth

    by Edith Nesbit
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    Sunrise is in your eyes, and in your heart
    The hope and bright desire of morn and May.
    My eyes are full of shadow, and my part
    Of life is yesterday.

    Yet lend my hand your hand, and let us sit
    And see your life unfolding like a scroll,
    Rich with illuminated blazon, fit
    For your arm-bearing soul.

    My soul bears arms too, but the scroll's rolled tight,
    Yet the one strip of faded brightness shown
    Proclaims that when 'twas splendid in the light
    Its blazon matched your own.
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