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 But let it pass; here is a bit
Of unrhymed story, with a hint
Of the old preaching mood in it,
The sort of sidelong moral squint
Our friend objects to, which has grown,
I fear, a habit of my own.
Twas written when the Asian plague drew near,
And the land held its breath and paled with sudden fear. “
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