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A Wife Deplores The Absence Of Her Husband

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Away the startled pheasant flies,
With lazy movement of his wings.
Borne was my heart's lord from my eyes;--
What pain the separation brings!

The pheasant, though no more in view,
His cry, below, above, forth sends.
Alas! my princely lord, 'tis you--
Your absence, that my bosom rends.

At sun and moon I sit and gaze,
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M Asim Nehal 07 February 2017

Poor women why always suffers...Nice one10

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Susan Williams 18 January 2016

How can his steps from goodness stray? Oh, poor woman, I think your heart is counting the ways.

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* Sunprincess * 18 January 2016

..............a wonderful write....a wife's longing for her husband is heart wrenching ?

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