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There is a Thorn—it looks so old,
To bury this poor Thorn for ever.
III. High on a mountain's highest ridge, Where oft the stormy winter gale Cuts like a scythe, while through the clouds It sweeps from vale to vale;
Not five yards from the mountain path,
This Thorn you on your left espy;
And, close beside this aged Thorn,