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The west wind wooed the blushing rose.
And blew her kisses sweet with musk From dawn of day until the stars
Shone tenderly thro' purple dusk. The west wind wooed the blushing rose,
And sang to her a heart-song true. And placed upon her head a crown
Of sunshine's gold begemmed with dew. The west wind wed the blushing rose,
Embowered there in leafy nook, And heaven blessed their first-born fair,
The fragrant and the warm Chinook.