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I look beyond fate’s gift of age,

To when our days were young,

And hand in hand we laughed and loved

And all the swallows sang.

But though the years corroding hands

Harsh desecrations bring,

Cold winter’s blasts can ne’er deface

Your heart’s eternal Spring.

(Written as a present to my wife on the occasion of our Golden Wedding Anniversary)

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