“Edward, On Lough Erne Shore”
Edward has been transported for seven years. His lover, left alone on Lough Erne's shore, remembers their days together. Now she weeps all night: "my rose is fading and my hopes decay." She wishes she could go to him "like a moon o'er the ocean"
- Tunney-SongsThunder, pp. 141-142, "Edward, On Lough Erne Shore" (1 text)
- BI, TST141