Sunset RopeThere was one a-riding grandOn a tall brown mare,
And a fine gold bandHe brought me there.A little, gold bandHe held to me
That would shine on a handFor the world to see.There was one a-walking swiftTo a little, new song,
And a rose was the giftHe carried along,First of all the posies,Dewy and red.
They that have rosesNever need bread.There was one with a swaggerAnd a soft, slow tongue,
And a bright, cold daggerWhere his left hand swung-Craven and gilt,Old and bad-
And his stroking of the hiltSet a girl mad.There was one a-riding grandAs he rode from me.
And he raised his golden bandAnd he threw it in the sea.There was one a-walking slowTo a sad, Iong sigh.
And his rose drooped low,And he flung it down to die.There was one with a swaggerAnd a little, sharp pride,
And a bright, cold daggerEver at his side.At his side it stayedWhen he ran to part.
What is this bladeStruck through my heart?
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