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Haste to the streamlet ! see, the sun
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Oh ! pleasant are the green banks of the Lea,
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The Rud, a kind of roach, all ting'd with gold
99
By purling streams, in shady dell,
100
Let's fish and let's sing together,
101
Dark is the ever flowing stream,
102
Beneath the still waters is the Fen King,
103
At setting eve and rising morn,
105
To campes and courts let others rove,
106
The dark grey of gloamin', the lone leafy shaw, An angler's life has joys for me,
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Let others crowd the giddy court,
108
When this old rod was new,
109
Some youthful gallant here perhaps will say,
113
Farewell to the maid of my heart,
113
Here's a bumper to rod and to spear!
115
Sure Whiting is no fasting Dish,
116
Come, launch the light canoe,
117
Bright flowers are sinking,
118
With rod and line in hand,
118
Me no pleasure shall enamour,
119
Tho' jest-loving wight has thought fit to divine,
120
Hail ! gentle goddess, blooming Spring,
121
By shady woods and purling streams,
121
What pleasures wait the angler's life,
122
Hark ! anglers of the north,
124
Some morning now with balm unwonted fraught
125
On Till's clear streams that runs so deep,
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