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Henry Austin Dobson (Генри Остин Добсон)


O Fons Bandusae


O BABBLING Spring, than glass more clear,
Worthy of wreath and cup sincere,
To-morrow shall a kid be thine
With swelled and sprouting brows for sign,—
Sure sign!—of loves and battles near.

Child of the race that butt and rear!
Not less, alas! his life-blood dear
Must tinge thy cold wave crystalline,
O babbling Spring!

Thee Sirius knows not. Thou dost cheer
With pleasant cool the plough-worn steer,—
The wandering flock. This verse of mine
Will rank thee one with founts divine;
Men shall thy rock and tree revere,
O babbling Spring! 



Henry Austin Dobson's other poems:
  1. The Passionate Printer To His Love
  2. Ars Victrix
  3. On A Nankin Plate
  4. For A Copy Of Theocritus
  5. The Forgotten Grave


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