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od's merry call! Where are the hearts so light and gay-- The loved ones fond and true-- Who sought to fill each passing day with brighter hopes anew? Fled, as wintering exiles, now, Who sad and silent roam-- Fled from all that life holds dear-- A peaceful; happy home! Oh, God! is this their gloomy fate? Shall this, their native land, Be given to a plundering horde?-- A vile and ruthless band? No! Thou art a god of justice still ! We trust alone in Thee, To save our brave and Valliant sons, Now struggling to be free! We feel that o'er our fallen foes. Our banners yet shall wave-- That Peace and Plenty soon shall crown The noble, true, and brave! The wandering exiles shall return To hail their homes with joy, Nor fear again the ruthless horde Who seek but to destroy! Yes, fires shall brightly burn again On this deserted hearth-- These silent walls echo the strain Of childhood's welcome mirth. "Pelican." Second Reg't La. Vols., June 8th, 1862.