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The village-maids, with fearful glance,

Avoid the ancient moss-grown wall, Nor ever lead the merry dance

Among the groves of Cumnor Hall.

Full many a trav’ller oft hath sigh’d,

And pensive wept the countess' fall, As, wand'ring onwards, he has spied

The haunted tow'rs of Cumnor Hall.

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