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The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 14 0 Browse Search
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Ego and Echo. A Prastaby. I asked of Echo, day, (Whose words are few and often funny,) What, to a novice, she could say Of courtship, Echo, day, (Whose words are few and often funny,) What, to a novice, she could say Of courtship, love and matrimony? Quoth Echo, plainly;--"Matter-c'-Money." Whom should I marry?--should it be A dashing damsel, gay and pert-- A of incoEcho, plainly;--"Matter-c'-Money." Whom should I marry?--should it be A dashing damsel, gay and pert-- A of inconstantly-- Or selfish mercenary flirt? Qaoth Echo sharply--"Nity Flirt!" What if — weary of the strife That fang has lured the dear deceivehe promise to amend her life, And ef no more; can I believe her? Quath Echo, with decision:--"Leave her." But if some maiden with a heart. Pray should ac the wiser part To take she treasure or forego it? Quath Echo, very promptly.--"Go it!" But what if seemingly afraid To find , She vows she means to disarmed-- In answer to my loving letter; Quath Echo, rather coolly.--"Let her!" What it, in spite of her disdain, Oair as Heaven can make her, Will state my labor and my rest. Till envious death shall overtake her? Quath Echo, soto roco.--"Take her."