William Walsh

William Walsh Poems

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    Of all the torments, all the cares,
    With which our lives are curst;Of all the plagues a lover bears,
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 by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

GETTING his pictures, like his supper, cheap,
Far, far away in Belfast by the sea,
His watchful one'eyed uninvaded sleep
MacCracken sleepeth. While the P.R.B.
Must keep the shady side, he walks a swell
Through spungings of perennial growth and height:
And far away in Belfast out of sight,
By many an open do and secret sell,

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