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There's a sultry cloud, that now doth shroud,
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Lord Endless, walking to the Hall,
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Farewell, thou busy world,
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Drear night has dropped her sable veil,
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Then, Pundants wise, pray don't despise
31
The morning look'd grey,
31
Why flyest thou away with fear ?
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Anxious by the gliding stream,
35
Fill'd with the feasts the sun or shower betrays
36
Should Fortune bless with halcyon scenes
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The early sun is rising fair and bright,
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Old Winter is gone,
40
When I was a mere school-boy,
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O ! the marvellous at Thornville House,
44
Far away from the noise and deceptions of trade,
46
How oft times with my rod in hand,
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Robin Grey, an angler,
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A fisherman one morn display'd,
50
I've lost my rod, my flies, and knife,
51
To anule I went to the drains,
51
The rising sun's resplendent beams,
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Hark ! the warbling birds around,
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Give me the babbling brook that plays,
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No doubt St. Patrick was an angler,
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From town I walk'd to take the air,
57
Last night Tom Snooks, says he to me,
58
Break up the house, go more of your mag,
60
South-west blows the wind, and a lowering sky
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