Charles Hague
(1769 - 1821)

Ye gentle muses, leave your crystal spring
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From a printed collection of glees by members of the Harmonic Society of Cambridge.
Lyrics: Alexander Pope

Ye gentle muses, leave your crystal spring;
Let nymphs and sylvans cypress garlands bring.
Ye weeping loves the streams with myrtles hide
And break your bows, as when Adonis died.
And with your golden darts, now useless grown,
Inscribe a verse on this relentless stone.