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vol. 3, p. 51
from Adyar archives of the International Theosophical Society
vol. 3 (1875-1878)


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< The Land of the Incas – Explorations in Peru (continued from page 3-50) >


Love’s Land

In the South is Love’s land,
Where the roses blow,
Where the Summer lingers,
Fearless of the snow.
There no Winter chills it,
So its life is long—
Gentle breezes fan it,
Age but makes it strong.

Nay, fresh roses wither
Where the sun is hot;
Not in torrid regions
Blooms forget-me-not.
Love’s a tender blossom,
Which the Winter chills,
But too eager Summer
With its kisses kills.

Editor's notes

  1. Love’s Land by Moulton, L. C.