"The Pruner's pair" as written by and Josephine Foster....
One summer winter
I fell down among the splinters
of a rose of the tree
My true lover planted thee
My true lover planted thee--

They them rose, four and twenty,
Clustered in my heart as plenty
same the age you did fall
And lie in heaven after all
And lie in heaven after all--

Thorns will not embitter me
Not your powers constancy
Lead me to the pruner's pair
Silent I will cut thee bare
Silent I will cut thee bare--


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