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TWO HOUSES.

I have soiourned with Borrow In her strait house, darS and lone, Where the winds of all the hf —>> Wail and pass with eerie moan I have sojourned with Son on-, I have lain against her breast, While she whispered -'Walt — despair noV— Someday you, aa well, will reet. I have eojonrned with Pleasure, In her spacious houao o£ mirth. Where with song and cluuuo msn feasted All forgetting thrnllß of earth, I have sojourned with Pleasure, Head within her eyes this thought, "Fooll Youth dice, and prosout l«Hgbt*e ifly long ullence mult Uβ bought."

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TWO HOUSES. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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