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William Blake (1757–1827).  The Poetical Works.  1908.
 
Songs from ‘An Island in The Moon’
V. The Song of Phoebe and Jellicoe
 
PHOEBE 1 drest like beauty’s queen,
Jellicoe in faint pea-green,
Sitting all beneath a grot,
Where the little lambkins trot.
 
Maidens dancing, loves a-sporting,        5
All the country folks a-courting,
Susan, Johnny, Bob, and Joe,
Lightly tripping on a row.
 
Happy people, who can be
In happiness compar’d with ye?        10
The pilgrim with his crook and hat
Sees your happiness complete.
 
Note 1. V] Sung by Miss Gittipin, MS., chap. viii. [back]
 
 
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