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Edmund Clarence Stedman, ed. (1833–1908).  An American Anthology, 1787–1900.  1900.
 
1406. Be ye in Love with April-tide
 
By Clinton Scollard
 
 
BE ye in love with April-tide?
    I’ faith, in love am I!
  For now ’t is sun, and now ’t is shower,
  And now ’t is frost, and now ’t is flower,
And now ’t is Laura laughing-eyed,        5
    And now ’t is Laura shy.
 
Ye doubtful days, O slower glide!
    Still smile and frown, O sky!
  Some beauty unforeseen I trace
  In every change of Laura’s face:        10
Be ye in love with April-tide?
    I’ faith, in love am I!
 

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