Back-Log Song, A
Banjo Song, A
Behind The Arras
Bein' Back Home
Beyond the Years
Black Samson Of Brandywine
Boogah Man, The
Booker T. Washington
Border Ballad, A
Boy's Summer Song, A
Breaking The Charm
Bridal Measure, A
By Rugged Ways
By the Stream
The Midnight wooed the Morning-Star,
And prayed her: "Love come nearer;
Your swinging coldly there afar
To me but makes you dearer!"
The Morning-Star was pale with dole
As said she, low replying:
"Oh, lover mine, soul of my soul,
For you I too am sighing.
"But One ordained when we were born,
In spite of Love's insistence,
That Night might only view the Morn
Adoring at a distance."
But as she spoke the jealous Sun
Across the heavens panted.
"Oh, whining fools," he cried, "have done;
Your wishes shall be granted!"
He hurled his flaming lances far;
The twain stood unaffrighted--
And midnight and the Morning-Star
Lay down in death united!
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