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In The Harbour: The Four Lakes Of Madison

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Four limpid lakes,--four Naiades
Or sylvan deities are these,
In flowing robes of azure dressed;
Four lovely handmaids, that uphold
Their shining mirrors, rimmed with gold,
To the fair city in the West.

By day the coursers of the sun
Drink of these waters as they run
Their swift diurnal round on high;

By night the constellations glow
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Brian Jani 29 May 2014

Wow this is amazing

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