Desire to face

whatever fates there be,

contemplating things that

much of mankind would presently

push away.


met with humble admiration,

get far away in a city considered

enjoyable, and babble gratitude

and tearful relief to the calming world.

Regard it; and thus embrace it, with wild rejoicings.


with any great rejoicings,

lands beyond the seas seem to

hear the distant roar of

great response.

Created by page 251 of The Hill of Summer,a novel written by Allen Drury


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