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SUMMER AND WINTER.
It was a bright and cheerful afternoon,
It was a winter such as when birds die
1 pizde si eleve r. Savas of rze:
on me game art scicare Of whose rreica. Time, siis piastre Deze spare Dezuma se sade erste;
But every greet vis dizz
Assesso; sikere Tse wreaths of stocs e, y adobe
Lie wiata lares O'egova mocided soon,
Seened ocły not to move and 50% Because the crystal szlence of the at
Weigted on their e; ere as the Power divine Which then lulled all things, brooded upon mire,
EPODE II. R.
Then gentle winds arose
With many a mingled close
And where the Baian ocean
Welters with airlike motion,
Floats o'er the Elysian realm,
No storm can overwhelm;
Of the dead kings of Melody.
Of some ætherial host;
is in the wat's though; ad mere Te wreaths of stony myrtle, ivy and pine,
Like winter leaves o'ergrown by molded snow,
Seened only not to move and grow
Weighed on their life ; even as the Power divine