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Xxviii.

And thou, my song, I send thee forth,
     Where harsher songs of mine have flown;
Go, find a place at home and hearth
     Where'er thy singer's name is known;
Revive for him the kindly thought
     Of friends; and they who love him not,
Touched by some strain of thine, perchance may take
     The hand he proffers all, and thank him for thy sake.

1857.

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