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Oh! Never Will I Leave My Love Post by :rbsimonson Category :Poems Author :Thomas Gent Date :September 2011 Read :1960

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Oh! Never Will I Leave My Love

Oh! never will I leave my love,
My captive soul would sigh to stray,
Tho' seraph-songs its truth to prove,
Call it from earth to heaven to away.

For heaven has deign'd on earth to send
As rich a gift as it can give;
Alas! that mortal bliss must end,
For mortal man must cease to live.

Yet transient would my sorrows be
Should Delia first her breath resign;
Sweet Maid! my soul would follow thee,
For never can it part from thine.





(The end)
Thomas Gent's poem: Oh! Never Will I Leave My Love

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