Samuel Lover Poems

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The Angel's Whisper

A BABY was sleeping;
Its mother was weeping;
For her husband was far on the wild raging sea;
And the tempest was swelling

The Four-Leaved Shamrock

I'll seek a four-leaved shamrock in all the fairy dells,
And if I find the charmed leaves, oh, how I'll weave my spells!

The Blacksmith

Faintly glitters the last red ray,
Tinting the flickering leaves that play
On the swaying boughs of the old gray trees,

The Fairy Boy

A mother came when stars were paling,
Wailing round a lonely spring,
Thus she cried, while tears were falling
Calling on the Fairy King:

The Blarney

Oh! did you ne'er hear of 'the Blarney,'
That's found near the banks of Killarney?
Believe it from me,
No girl's heart is free,

Give Me My Arrows And Give Me My Bow

Tempt me not, stranger, with gold from the mine,
I have got treasure more precious than thine;
Freedom in forest, and health in the chase,

Barney O'Hea

Now let me alone, though I know you won't,
Impudent Barney O'Hea !
It makes me outrageous
When you're so contagious,

Widow Machree

Widow Machree, it's no wonder you frown,
Och hone ! Widow Machree,
Faith, it ruins your looks, that same dirty black gown,

The Crooked Stick

Julia was lovely and winning-
And Julia had lovers in plenty,
They outnumber'd her years

The May-Dew

Come with me, love, I'm seeking
A spell in young year's flowers;
The magical May-dew is weeping
Its charm o'er the summer bow'rs;

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