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William Julius Mickle (1735 – 1788)


Scottish poet.
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William Julius Mickle
For there's nae luck about the house,
There's nae luck at a';
There's little pleasure in the house
When our gudeman's awa'.
Mickle quotes
His very foot has music in't
As he comes up the stairs.
Mickle
The dews of summer nights did fall,
The moon, sweet regent of the sky,
Silvered the walls of Cumnor Hall
And many an oak that grew thereby.




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