William Bell Scott

(1811-1890 / Scotland)

Rose-Leaves - Poem by William Bell Scott

Once a rose ever a rose, we say,
One we loved and who loved us
Remains beloved though gone from day;
To human hearts it must be thus,
The past is sweetly laid away.
Sere and sealed for a day and year,
Smell them, dear Christina, pray;
So nature treats its children dear,
So memory deals with yesterday,
The past is sweetly laid away.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 22, 2010



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