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By Robert Louis Stevenson

ISBN-10: 1425028845

ISBN-13: 9781425028848

ISBN-10: 1775411478

ISBN-13: 9781775411475

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Taheia heavy of hair, Taheia tender of heart, Taheia the well-descended, a bountiful dealer in love, Nimble of foot like the deer, and kind of eye like the dove? Sly and shy as a cat, with never a change of face, Taheia slips to the door, like one that would breathe a space; Saunters and pauses, and looks at the stars, and lists to the seas; Then sudden and swift as a cat, she plunges under the trees. Swift as a cat she runs, with her garment gathered high, Leaping, nimble of foot, running, certain of eye; And ever to guide her way over the smooth and the sharp, Ever nearer and nearer the note of the one-stringed harp; Till at length, in a glade of the wood, with a naked mountain above, The sound of the harp thrown down, and she in the arms of her love.

Far have I been and much have I seen, And kent both gain and loss, But here we have woods on every hand And a kittle water to cross. " It fell in the dusk of the night When unco things betide, The skilly captain, the Cameron, Went down to that waterside.

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