Rise from thy couch, O drowsy mortal, rise, And lose not thus, in sleep, the wonder of A golden dawn-of-day! Yon roseate cliffs Encircle the still bay; and tenderly The sun doth gently touch a slumb'ring world. Hark! Ev'ry bird awakens with a song, And fragrant praise springs from each silent flower.
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