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An Leanbh Sidhe (Slow Air) - James Keane - Thats The Spirit (CD, Album)

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    Dec 03,  · 9. Read these lines, from The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd. “But could youth last and love still breed,/Had joys no date, nor age no need,/Then these delights my mind might move/To live with thee and be thy love.” According to her words here, under what conditions would the nymph accept the shepherd’s love? (1 point) if love lasted forever if she truly loved him in return if a.
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