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James Parton, The life of Horace Greeley, Chapter 12: editor of the New Yorker. (search)
contain the material of poetry—thought, feeling, fancy; but in few of them was the poet enabled to give his thought, feeling and fancy complete expression. A specimen or two of his poetry it would be an unpardonable omission not to give, in a volume like this, particularly as his poetic period is past. The following is a tribute to the memory of one who was the ideal hero of his youthful politics. It was published in the first number of the New-Yorker: On the death of William Wirt. Rouse not the muffled drum, Wake not the martial trumpet's mournful sound For him whose mighty voice in death is dumb; Who, in the zenith of his high renown, To the grave went down. Invoke no cannon's breath To swell the requiem o'er his ashes poured— Silently bear him to the house of death:— The aching hearts by whom he was adored, He won not with the sword. No! let affection's tear Be the sole tribute to his memory paid; Earth has no monument so justly dear To souls like his in purity arraye<