As down the frosty road we came,
My man and I together,
We talked of this, and smiled at that,
Nor felt the chilling weather.
For side by side we trudged along,
Each thought the other sharing,
And in each other’s company
The wintry breezes daring.
The Winter of Life
by Mary Dow Brine (1816-1913)
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