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The Lady of the Lake By Walter Scott Characters: 485

Updated: 2017-12-01 00:03


The stranger viewed the shore around,

495 'Twas all so close with copsewood bound,

Nor track nor pathway might declare

That human foot frequented there,

Until the mountain-maiden showed

A clambering, unsuspected road,

500 Th

at winded through the tangled screen,

And opened on a narrow green,

Where weeping birch and willow round

With their long fibres swept the ground.

Here, for retreat in dangerous hour,note

505 Some chief had framed a rustic bower.

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