“ In that soft season, when
descending showers
Call forth the greens,
and wake the rising flowers,
When opening buds
salute the welcome day,
And earth relenting feels
the genial ray;
As balmy sleep had
charm’d my cares to rest,
And love itself was
banish’d from my breast,
(What time the morn
mysterious visions brings,
While purer slumbers
spread their golden wings)
A train of phantoms in
 wild order rose,
And join’d, this intellectual scene

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