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Untitled single work   poetry   "Why wing your flight, ye bees, from flow'r to flow'r?"
Issue Details: First known date: 1829... 1829 Untitled
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Notes

  • At head of poem: Translated from the Latin
  • Epigraph: He sips his flow'r and flies away,/And leaves no mark to see./How could you tell he had been there/To take its sweets away?/The ambrosial flow'r is dwelling there,/Tho' he's flown far away.'
  • At foot of poem: Sydney, July 5, 1829

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