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0 world's deceit! how are we thrall'd by thee.
191
On Tweed's bonnie banks, in summer's gay light
192
Some friends of mine, for mirth and glee,
193
When blythesome May brings heather bells,
196
By silver streams and tuneful grove,
197
The waters, the waters, how clearly they flow
198
Thou art a frail and lovely thing,
198
Ye who with rod and line aspire to catch,
199
The sun of the eve was warm and bright
200
God quicken'd in the sea, and in the rivers,
202
This day dame Nature seem'd in love,
203
Awake, awake, the May-morn Sun,
204
Before the fire we sit and sing,
206
Of all the sports and pastimes,
207
Is that dace or perch ? said Alderman Birch,
208
I roam beneath a foreign sky,
209
0 let my hat be e'er so brown,
210
As in successive course the season roll,
211
Our sport is with the salmon rod,
212
Haste, anglers, arise ! from your pillows, arise
214
When sweet Spring, my friend, shall smiling
216
All arts and shapes the wily angler tries,
217
Through the long morning have I toil'd
218
Wi' boundin' step and gladsome e'e,
220
In deeps the silver Salmon loves to rove,
222
Come over the moor, come over the lea,
223
The last time I fish'd down this stream,
224
O, away to the Tweed, to the beautiful Tweed
225
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