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DINAH MARIA MULOCK
(USED PSEUDONYM MRS. CRAIK)
English author and writer of "Magnus and Morna"
(1826 - 1887)
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As we sail through life towards death,
  Bound unto the same port--heaven,--
    Friend, what years could us divide?
      - Thirty Years--A Christmas Blessing
        [Friends]

Those Rooks, dear, from morning till night,
  They seem to do nothing but quarrel and fight,
    And wrangle and jangle, and plunder.
      - Thirty Years--The Blackbird and the Rooks
        [Rooks]

Young Dandelion
  On a hedge-side
    Said young Dandelion
      Who'll be my bride?
        Said young Dandelion
          With a sweet air,
            I have my eye on
              Miss Daisy fair.
      - Young Dandelion [Dandelions]


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