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    night by silentsailing night while infantina Isobel (who will be 1
blushing all day to be, when she growed up one Sunday,2
Saint Holy and Saint Ivory, when she took the veil, the3
beautiful presentation nun, so barely twenty, in her pure coif,4
sister Isobel, and next Sunday, Mistlemas, when she looked5
a peach, the beautiful Samaritan, still as beautiful and still6
in her teens, nurse Saintette Isabelle, with stiffstarched cuffs but7
on Holiday, Christmas, Easter mornings when she wore a wreath,8
the wonderful widow of eighteen springs, Madame Isa Veuve La9
Belle, so sad but lucksome in her boyblue's long black with10
orange blossoming weeper's veil) for she was the only girl they11
loved, as she is the queenly pearl you prize, because of the way12
the night that first we met she is bound to be, methinks, and not13
in vain, the darling of my heart, sleeping in her april cot, within14
her singachamer, with her greengageflavoured candywhistle15
duetted to the crazyquilt, Isobel, she is so pretty, truth to tell,16
wildwood's eyes and primarose hair, quietly, all the woods so17
wild, in mauves of moss and daphnedews, how all so still she lay,18
neath of the whitethorn, child of tree, like some losthappy leaf,19
like blowing flower stilled, as fain would she anon, for soon again20
'twill be, win me, woo me, wed me, ah weary me! deeply, now21
evencalm lay sleeping;22
    nowth upon nacht, while in his tumbril Wachtman Havelook 23
seequeerscenes, from yonsides of the choppy, punkt by his24
curserbog, went long the grassgross bumpinstrass that henders25
the pubbel to pass, stowing his bottle in a hole for at whet his26
whuskle to stretch ecrooksman, sequestering for lovers' lost pro-27
pertied offices the leavethings from allpurgers' night, og gneiss28
ogas gnasty, kikkers, brillers, knappers and bands, handsboon29
and strumpers, sminkysticks and eddiketsflaskers;30
    wan fine night and the next fine night and last find night while 31
Kothereen the Slop in her native's chambercushy, with dreamings32
of simmering my veal astore, was basquing to her pillasleep how33
she thawght a knogg came to the dowanstairs dour at that howr34
to peirce the yare and dowandshe went, schritt be schratt, to see35
was it Schweeps's mingerals or Shuhorn the posth with a tilly-36