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The forest foliage, glittering goldenly, The azure sky, the many-perfumed breeze, Ah! sunny clime! fond Nature smiles on thee. Antistrophe: The sound of mourning! dear homes ruthlessly Laid waste! for Death and Hell walk hand in hand! Sackcloth and Ashes! Bend the stubborn knee-- Woe is thy heritage, thou goodly land. Epode. O bleeding land! there is, that bringeth cheer; Renew thy fading hopes, repress thy sighs. O traitor band! there is, that causeth fear; Haste ye and hide, ere Nemesis arise! O mourning heart, be still! The gloomy night, Even to eye that's not “of faith,” grows gray; Soon shall its darkness melt away in light. Come, quickly come, light of the glorious day! Arise, and gird your loins, ye men of might! Earth trembling, hope, heaven, bide the end; hear ye! Go forth, great-hearts! Do battle for the right! Go forth, and faint not: “God and Liberty!” “Thine is the fight, O God.” For liberty To worship thee in peace, we draw the sword; Thy cause shal