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When We Three Meet
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When we three meet? Ah! friend of mine
Whose verses well and flow as wine,–
My thirsting fancy thou dost fill
With draughts delicious, sweeter still
Since tasted by those lips of thine.

I pledge thee, through the chill sunshine
Of autumn, with a warmth divine,
Thrilled through as only I shall thrill
When we three meet.

I pledge thee, if we fast or dine,
We yet shall loosen, line by line,
Old ballads, and the blither trill
Of our-time singers–for there will
Be with us all the Muses nine
When we three meet.