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THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD

And spread his vegetable store,
And gaily pressed and smiled,
And, skilled in legendary lore,
The lingering hours beguiled.
Around, in sympathetic mirth,
Its tricks the kitten tries,
The cricket chirrups on the hearth,
The crackling faggot flies.
But nothing could a charm impart
To soothe the stranger's woe;
For grief was heavy at his heart,
And tears began to flow.
His rising cares the Hermit spied,
With answering care oppressed;
And " Whence, unhappy youth," be cried,
" The sorrows of thy breast ?
"From better habitations spurned,
Reluctant dost thou rove?
Or grieve for friendship unreturned,
Or unregarded love ?
" Alas ! the joys that fortune brings
Are trifling, and decay;
And those who prize the paltry things,
More trifling still than they.
" And what is friendship but a name,
A charm that lulls to sleep;
A shade that follows wealth or fame,
But leaves the wretch to weep?
" And love is still an emptier sound,
The modern fair one's jest;
On earth unseen, or only found
" To warm the turtle's nest.
"For shame, fond youth, thy sorrows hush,
And spurn the sex," he said;
But while he spoke, a rising blush
His love-lorn guest betrayed.

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