Inés de Erausquin
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Proposal And Refusal
He: My dearest dear, I'll tell you true,
I'm getting very fond of you.
Each day I love you more and more
And better than the day before;
I love upon your face to look
And just adore the way you cook,
And so I would delighted be
If you, my dear, would marry me.
She: My dearest boy, I must confess,
I like you daily less and less!
You eat my stews and soups and pies
But never praise my shining eyes,
You talk about your deeds all day
And never heed a word I say;
So - though I hate to cause you woe -
The answer to your plea is No.