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Rhannu

f—— POETRY fFrom 7'. Moore's Nfir Melodies.J If thou would'st have me sing and plav, As once I played and sung, First lake this umf-'votn lots away. And bring one freshly strung. Call back the tin;c: whptl Pleasure 1;:h First Vireath'd nnionj the strings; Ami Time himself, in flitting by, Maile music with h;s win^s. Take, take the worn-out lute away. And bring r>ne newly strung. If thou would'st havemesini; and PttY As once I play'd and Mina. But how is this ? though new tiic Mite, And shining fresh the chord- Beneath this hand they slumber mute, Or speak but dreamy words. In vain I seek the suul that dwelt Within that once sweet shell, Which tolu so warmly what it felt, And fdt-what nought could tell. Oh ask nor, then, for passion's lay From lute so coldly Slrlll}; Wit, ttiis I ne'er can As once I play'd and sung. No—bring that long-loved lute again, Though chili'd by years it be, If thou wilt call the slumbering »tram, ,,rwiii ake a,).iii for tl,e, Trough tiule hile Íruz'u the tuneful stream 0* thoughts that gush d aloof,^ One look from thee, I-Ike beam, Will thaw them into song. Then give, oh give that wakening ray, And. nn;e more blithe and young, Thy bard aga n will sing and play As once he pl-ty'd and sung. EPITAPH ON AN INFANT. Ere sin could blight or sorrow fade, Death came with friendly care; The opening bud to lieavlti convey'd, And baue it blossom there. COL EH I DC F.. Earth of rartl consider weJ1, That earth to earth must coruo to dwell, Where eartli in earth shall close remain 'Till earth from earth shall rise azail1," The above striking Epitaph has been thut closely trans- lated by the late Edward Evan, of Aberdare, (Lorwerth lip Juan.) Pridd o bridd, ystyria heb gel. Haw pridd i bridd, ain hynny gwel Lie aros pridd inewii pridd yn llaith Nis codo bridd 0 bridd ailwaith. -P"c.

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