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Bliss Carman, et al., eds.  The World’s Best Poetry.
Volume III. Sorrow and Consolation.  1904.
 
II. Parting and Absence
Absence
Anonymous
 
WHEN I think on the happy days
  I spent wi’ you, my dearie;
And now what lands between us lie,
  How can I be but eerie!
 
How slow ye move, ye heavy hours,        5
  As ye were wae and weary!
It was na sae ye glinted by
  When I was wi’ my dearie.
 
 
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