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Haf owre, haf owre to Aberdour,
It's fiftie fadom deip,
Eternal passion!
Eternal pain!
Still, after many years, in distant lands,
Still nourishing in thy bewildered brain
Yes! in sea of life enisled,
With echoing straits between us thrown,
Who ordered, that their longing's fire
Should be, as soon as kindled, cooled?
And I shall sigh, when some will smile,
To see thy love to every one
Hath brought thee to be loved by none.
The morning rose, that untouched stands
Armed with her briars, how sweet she smells!
Life! I know not what thou art,
But know that thou and I must part;
Ah! Freedom is a noble thing!
Freedom makes man to have liking:
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