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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 7. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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Vicksburgh is ours! by J. O. Blythe, M. D. Hark! borne upon the Southern breeze, As whispers breathed above the trees, Or as the swell from off the seas, In summer showers, Fall softly on the ears of men Strains sweetly indistinct, and then-- Hist! listen! catch the sound again-- “Vicksburgh is ours!” O'er sea-waves beating on the shore, ‘Bove thunders e'en the storms are o'er, O'er cataract in headlong roar, High, high it towers. O'er all the breastworks and the moats The Starry Flag in triumph floats, And heroes thunder from their throats: “Vicksburgh is ours!” Spread all your banners in the sky, The sword of victory gleams on high, Our conquering eagles upward fly, And kiss the stars; For Liberty the gods awake, And hurl the shattered foes a wreck, The Northern arms make strong to break The Southern bars. The flaunting flag, the rebels' trust, Lies trailing in the bloody dust, With sword and halberd there to rust And rot to shreds; No more from its dishonored grave To