Robert Seymour Bridges
When Death To Either Shall Come - Poem by Robert Seymour Bridges
When Death to either shall come,—
I pray it be first to me,—
Be happy as ever at home,
If so, as I wish, it be.
Possess thy heart, my own;
And sing to the child on thy knee,
Or read to thyself alone
The songs that I made for thee.
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