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    Song

    by Edgar Allan Poe
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    I saw thee on thy bridal day--
    When a burning blush came o'er thee,
    Though happiness around thee lay,
    The world all love before thee:

    And in thine eye a kindling light
    (Whatever it might be)
    Was all on Earth my aching sight
    Of Loveliness could see.

    That blush, perhaps, was maiden shame--
    As such it well may pass--
    Though its glow hath raised a fiercer flame
    In the breast of him, alas!

    Who saw thee on that bridal day,
    When that deep blush _would_ come o'er thee,
    Though happiness around thee lay,
    The world all love before thee.

    1827.
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