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  • I had a love in soft south land, Beloved through April far in May; He waited on my lightest breath, And never dared to say me nay. He saddened if my cheer was sad, But gay he grew if I was gay; We never differed on a hair, My yes his yes, my nay his nay.
  • The wedding hour was come, the aisles Were flushed with sun and flowers that day; I pacing balanced in my thoughts: 'It's quite too late to think of nay.'—
  • My bridegroom answered in his turn, Myself had almost answered 'yea:' When through the flashing nave I heard A struggle and resounding 'nay.'
  • But I stood high who stood at bay: 'And if I answer yea, fair Sir, What man art thou to bar with nay?' He was a strong man from the north, Light-locked, with eyes of dangerous grey: 'Put yea by for another time In which I will not say thee nay.'
  • He took me in his strong white arms, He bore me on his horse away O'er crag, morass, and hairbreadth pass,
  • But never asked me yea or nay. He made me fast with book and bell, With links of love he makes me stay; Till now I've neither heart nor power Nor will nor wish to say him nay.
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