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To Miss Nettie
 
To Miss Nettie
 
Round thy path may fairest flowers,
 
Round thy path may fairest flowers,
As in [amaranthine?] [bowers?],
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As in amaranthine bowers,
 
Bloom and blossom bright and fair,
 
Bloom and blossom bright and fair,
 
[illegible] with sweet[s?] the ambient air,
 
[illegible] with sweet[s?] the ambient air,

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To Miss Nettie Round thy path may fairest flowers, As in amaranthine bowers, Bloom and blossom bright and fair, [illegible] with sweet[s?] the ambient air, Be thy path with [roses?] stewrn, And thy hour to care [unknown?] Sorrow cloud thy pathway never, And happiness be thine for ever D April the 24th 1858