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Poem Title:  Les Roses De S

Poem Category:  Remembrance Poems

Poet:  Andrew Lang

Poet Biography: 
Andrew Lang (1844 - 1912) was the son of the Sheriff-Clerk of Selkirkshire, and was born in Selkirk, Scotland. A well respected writer of his day he published many articles and poems.



Poem: 
This morning I vowed I would bring thee my roses,
They were thrust in the band that my bodice encloses;
But the breast-knots were broken, the roses went free.
The breast-knots were broken; the roses together
Floated forth on the wings of the wind and the weather,
And they drifted afar down the streams of the sea.
And the sea was as red as when sunset uncloses;
But my raiment is sweet from the scent of the roses,
Thou shalt know, love, how fragrant a memory can be.


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