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A Song Of Pitcairn's Island

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Come, take our boy, and we will go
Before our cabin door;
The winds shall bring us, as they blow,
The murmurs of the shore;
And we will kiss his young blue eyes,
And I will sing him, as he lies,
Songs that were made of yore:
I'll sing, in his delighted ear,
The island lays thou lov'st to hear.

And thou, while stammering I repeat,
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Susan Williams 05 February 2016

I wish we all had a lovely island all to ourselves where we could go far away from phone or barking dog or bleating cars- - - - - - - - -Come, for the soft low sunlight calls, We lose the pleasant hours; 'Tis lovelier than these cottage walls, - That seat among the flowers. And I will learn of thee a prayer, To Him, who gave a home so fair, A lot so blessed as ours- The God who made, for thee and me, This sweet lone isle amid the sea.

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