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JOHN LOGAN
Scottish divine, poet and antiquary
(1748 - 1788)

Behold congenial Autumn comes,
  The Sabbath of the year!
      - [Autumn]

I take a long, last, lingering view;
  Adieu! my nature land, adieu!
      - [Adieu]

Music is the medicine of the mind.
      - [Music]

Nature strips her garment gay,
  And wears the vesture of decay.
      - [Decay]

Over all the movements of life religion scatters her favors, but reserves the choicest, her divine blessing, for the last hour.
      - [Religion]

Oh, could I fly, I'd fly with thee!
  We'd make, with joyful wing,
    Our annual visit o'er the globe,
      Companions of the spring.
      - To the Cuckoo,
        also attributed to Michael Bruce
        [Cuckoos]

Sweet bird! thy bower is ever green,
  Thy sky is ever clear;
    Thou hast no sorrow in thy song,
      No winter in thy year.
      - To the Cuckoo,
        also attributed to Michael Bruce
        [Cuckoos]


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