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Collection of seven poems
Found and Lost
Tells where the writer has seen his love but she won’t let him get close. He refers to her as a unicorn
Two hundred days.
A third party speaks of the 200th meeting of the lovers.
Butter on Praties.
Typical “come all ye” type account by the writer of the love affair.
An answer as to how far the man would go to see his girl.
The writer, portrayed as an Earl, has asked for her hand in marriage.
After 20 years, she has broken up their marriage to his dismay.
Upon a Silver Shore.
He recounts their love and wishes he was still in her arms.