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To the good Reader.
If thou wouldst find what holiest men have sought-
Or breast the wind upon some jutting land.
The tombs of half-forgotten moods with flowers:
"I have been to the top of the Caldon-Low, The midsummer night to see."
“And what did you see, my Mary, All up on the Caldon-Low?"
"I saw the blithe sunshine come down, And I saw the merry winds blow."
"And what did you hear, my Mary,
"Oh, tell me all, my Mary,All, all that ever you know;
THE FAIRIES OF CALDON-LOW.
For you must have seen the fairies
A hundred fairies danced last night,
And merry was the glee of the harp-strings,
For some they played with the water,
And this,' they said, 'shall speedily turn
For there has been no water
Oh, the miller, how he will laugh
And some they seized the little winds
And each put a horn into his mouth,
'And there,' said they, 'ye merry winds go, Away from every horn;