Classic Poem. Daisy Dare: Part I. Thro' scented meadows, where do graze The meek-eyed kine on summer days, At early morn swept Daisy Dare,-- Sparkling, graceful, passing fair. Sparkling as the dew-drops gleaming On her path, or sunlight streaming Through her tresses--graceful, fair, As naught on earth save Daisy Dare! Wondrous tresses! Full, perfect, tempting were her lips-- The bee or humming-bird that sips From scarlet blossoms in the South Beguiled might be by such a mouth.
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