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From “ The Dead Master"
To the last hour of his long, honored life,
Who loves and lives with Nature tolerates
RICHARD HENRY STODDARD
Publishers : Charles Soribner's Sons, New York
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Tvilliam Cullen Bryanta Gopia Diał 1876.
" BLESSINGS be with them, and eternal praise,
Who gave us nobler loves, and nobler cares, –
The Poets! who on earth have made us heirs Of truth and pure delight by heavenly lays!”
VITAL VERSE OF THE NEW ERA
Poet's Preface to THE LIBRARY OF POETRY AND SONG
[Note–These prefatory pages are for reading rather
Go, little wonder-song,
Into the world of men! Fill every heart with joy the whole year long,
And then come back again.
Ring over all the world,
In country, town and mart; Inspire each soul that now is downward hurled,
To rise and do his part.
Encourage those who fall
On battlefields of life
WILLIAM JAMES PRICE.
From Interludes, Baltimore.