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[writing for the Richmond Dispatch.]he does not wear the grayby Rema Mayor. They say I ought to love him, That he is very good; And if he's all they say he it, I'm sure I wish I could, His lipt are like Cupid's bow-- Sweet smiles around them play-- But then he has one fault; you know He does not wear the gray He's very charitable, too. And from his golden store His gone one hand deals willingly Gifts to the needy poor, They say that for his welfare There are thousands now who pray-- Oh met it's such a pity He will not wear the gray. He's very rich and handsome-- among the girls-- He says he loves my sparkling eyes, And My smile would make his home more bright And cheer wintry day; if He only wear the gray. We straved beneath the moonlit sky, His hand was clasping mine; He said while lingering by my side Life seemed almost divine. He asked me then to be his bride; I only answered, Nay. Hir, I'll never wed with one Who does not wear the gray."