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The first four stanzas of Dora Greenwell's ten-stanza Christmas poem, "And art thou Come with us to Dwell?" written in 1869.

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Et teneo et teneor ("I both hold and am held"), a device which Dora Greenwell placed on the title page of a number of books of poetry. On one occasion she added the phrase, "Beneath the apple-tree I espoused thee; There I gave thee My hand, And thou wert there redeemed. Where thy Mother was betrayed." St. John of the Cross. Image courtesy of Wikipedia Commons
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