Sir Toby Moses
Temptation - Poem by Sir Toby Moses
Dead and cold,
Too dear to be sold
It's devil's gemstone,
No! not a topaz but cone;
Oh! fair and charming;
How I wish it is mine?
Turn down, refuse my invitation:
For it's temptation.
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