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When the corn is in the tassel, sister dear, | 22-Jan-14

Borrower is looking for source on the poem below, or biographical details of its author Odin Optic (also known as Paul Emilius Lowe) b. 1850, author of 'After dinner stories', 'Rube Burrow' and 'Drake's Electrical Dictionary'. The poem was found in a postcard in an antique shop.

To My Dear Sister
 
When the corn is in the tassel, sister dear,
And the leaves are in the
yellow and the sear
We'll look back upon the waste,
through the time that
we have raced,
And we'll love each
other more every year

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