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When swallows Northward flew
    Forth from his home did fare
    Guy, Lord of Lanturlaire
        And Lanturlu.

Swore he to cross the brine,
    Pausing not, night nor day,
    That he might Paynims slay
        In Palestine.

Half a league on his way
    Met he a shepherdess
    Beaming with loveliness--
        Fair as Young Day.

Gazed he in eyes of blue--
    Saw love in hiding there
    Guy, Lord of Lanturlaire
        And Lanturlu.

"Let the foul Paynim wait!"
    Plead Love, "and stay with me.
    Cruel and cold the sea--
        Here's brighter fate."

When swallows Southward flew
    Back to his home did fare
    Guy, Lord of Lanturlaire
        And Lanturlu.

Led he his charger gay
    Bearing a shepherdess
    Beaming with happiness--
        Fair as Young Day.

White lambs, be-ribboned blue--
    Tends now with anxious care,
    Guy, Lord of Lanturlaire
        And Lanturlu.

             George F. Warren.

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