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Highland plaid (2)  (1815-1825) 
Love Has Eyes by Charles Dibdin


Love's blind, they say,
O never, nay:
Can words Love's grace impart?
The fancy, weak,
The tounge may speak,
But eyes alone th heart.
In one soft look what language lies!
O yes, believe me, Love has eyes.

Love‘s wing’d, they cry—
O never, I—
On pinions love to soar;
Deceivers rove,
But never love,
Attach'd he moves no more;
Can he have wings who never flies?
And yes, believe me, Love has eyes.

F I N I S.

This work was published before January 1, 1928, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.

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