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Where is our English chivalry? Give up your prey! It mars my calm: Learn more about Amazon Prime. O come out of it, Come out of it, my Soul, thou art not fit For this vile traffic-house, where day by day Wisdom and reverence are sold at mart, And the rude people rage with ignorant cries Against an heritage of centuries.

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What profit that our galleys ride, Pine-forest-like, on every main? O loved ones lying far away, What word of love can dead lips send!

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. And on from thence to Ispahan, The gilded garden of the sun, Whence the long dusty caravan Brings cedar wood and vermilion; And that dread city of Cabool Set wiersez the mountain’s scarped feet, Whose marble tanks are ever full With water for the noonday heat: Of all its ancient chivalry and might Our little island is forsaken quite: Nay, but thy glory tarried for this hour, When pilgrims kneel before charlfs Holy One, The prisoned shepherd of the Church of God.

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Where through the narrow straight Bazaar A little maid Circassian Is led, a present from the Czar Unto some old and bearded khan, – Here cjarles our wild war-eagles flown, And flapped wide wings in fiery fight; But the sad dove, that sits alone In England – she hath no delight. Some enemy hath stolen its crown of bay, And from its hills that voice hath passed away Which spake of Freedom: The brazen-throated clarion blows Across the Pathan’s reedy fen, And the high steeps of Indian snows Shake to the tread of armed men.

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