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Lily-Bell and Thistledown Song II
Thistledown in prison sings:
Bright shines the summer sun,
Soft is the summer air;
Gayly the wood-birds sing,
Flowers are blooming fair.
But, deep in the dark, cold rock,
Sadly I dwell,
Longing for thee, dear friend,
Through sunlight and summer air
I have sought for thee long,
Guided by birds and flowers,
And now by thy song.
O'er hill and dell
Hither to comfort thee
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