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If on earth be and Eden of bliss, You can imagine her in this, Always a joke, a smile, a cheer, Forever sunshine but ne'er a tear.


He has such a wonderful power of making himself understood, That some are fain to say, "he would if he could."


She seems in the midst of a crowd. The gayest of them all, Her laughter rings clear and loud, Be it summer, winter or fall.


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