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Hither, hither, Love
by John Keats (1815).

Hither, hither, love—
       'Tis a shady mead—
Hither, hither, love!
       Let us feed and feed!

Hither, hither, sweet—
       'Tis a cowslip bed—
Hither, hither, sweet!
       'Tis with dew bespread.

Hither, hither, dear
       By the breath of life,
Hither, hither dear!—
       Be the summer's wife!

Though one moment's pleasure
       In one moment flies—
Though the passion's treasure
       In one moment dies;—

Yet is has not passed—
       Think how near, how near!—
And while it doth last,
       Think how dear, how dear!

Hither, hither, hither
       Love its boon has sent—
If I die and wither
       I shall be content!

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