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    HOW BEAUTIFUL IT IS TO BE WITH
  --  GOD.
  --  DYING WORDS OF FRANCES E. WILLARD.   Table of Contents     CHRISTMAS.

Smith, Effie Waller
Rhymes from the Cumberland

- PART II
- SING A SONG OF AUTUMN.


SING A SONG OF AUTUMN.


Sing a song of Autumn,
Flowers no more in bloom,
raster
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Shedding all around us
Their balmy, rich perfume.

In vain we look for flowers,
For they're faded all, and dead,
But the woodland still is brilliant
With bright-hued leaves instead.

The frost has nipped the clover
And left the meadows brown;
Hickory nuts and chestnuts
From the trees are falling down.

    HOW BEAUTIFUL IT IS TO BE WITH
  --  GOD.
  --  DYING WORDS OF FRANCES E. WILLARD.   Table of Contents     CHRISTMAS.