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Dark are tb» mounds where the snow blast is bvVeclllUg, t S e -SK? f the wind in its flight, Cold is the drift that the north wind ii heaping Over the nursling alone in the night! Alone in the night and the dark, that went creeping Out of her arms but a daybreak ago ! Anguished with sorrow, her watch she is keeping, a ar wouldshe follow through storm and through snow.

Nay, tender mother, have done with your weeping Not night and the dark has he part 1 MM aU of bright Heaven save when he la sleepine . And dreaming of Heaven, warm, warm in your heart!. *

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A LITTLE GRAVE., Issue 10423, 18 September 1897, Supplement

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A LITTLE GRAVE. Issue 10423, 18 September 1897, Supplement

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