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Category: Funny Whimsical Poems
       Classic humorous and funny poems using whimsy. Humourosly quaint and fanciful, especially in an amusing way.

  SONG  

Echo, tell me, while I wander
    O'er this fairy plain to prove him,
If my shepherd still grows fonder,
    Ought I in return to love him?
        Echo: Love him, love him!

If he loves, as is the fashion,
    Should I churlishly forsake him?
Or in pity to his passion,
    Fondly to my bosom take him?
        Echo: Take him, take him!

Thy advice then, I'll adhere to,
    Since in Cupid's chains I've led him;
And with Henry shall not fear to
    Marry, if you answer, "Wed him!"
        Echo: Wed him, wed him!

                                 Joseph Addison.


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