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A. J. H. Duganne (search for this): chapter 2
2. the Roman Twins. by A. J. H. Duganne. 'Twas told by Roman soothsayers, What time they read the stars, That Romulus and Remus Sprang from the loins of Mars: That Romulus and Remus Were twin-born on the earth, And in the lap of a she-wolf Were suckled from their birth. By Heaven! I think this legend-- This ancient Roman myth-- For mine own time, and mine own clime, Is full of pregnant pith. Romulus stood with Remus, And plowed the Latian loam, And traced, by yellow Tiber, The nascent walls of Rome; Then laughed the dark twin, Remus, And scoffed his brother's toil, And over the bounds of Romulus He leaped upon his soil. By Heaven! I think that Remus And Romulus at bay, Of Slavery's strife and Liberty's life Were antetypes that day! The sucklings of the she-wolf Stood face to face in wrath, And Romulus swept Remus Like stubble from his path; Then crested he with temples The Seven Hills of his home, And builded there, by Tiber, The eternal walls of Rome! By Heaven! I think this leg
was told by Roman soothsayers, What time they read the stars, That Romulus and Remus Sprang from the loins of Mars: That Romulus and Remus WeRomulus and Remus Were twin-born on the earth, And in the lap of a she-wolf Were suckled from their birth. By Heaven! I think this legend-- This ancient Roman m- For mine own time, and mine own clime, Is full of pregnant pith. Romulus stood with Remus, And plowed the Latian loam, And traced, by yellowin, Remus, And scoffed his brother's toil, And over the bounds of Romulus He leaped upon his soil. By Heaven! I think that Remus And RomuluRomulus at bay, Of Slavery's strife and Liberty's life Were antetypes that day! The sucklings of the she-wolf Stood face to face in wrath, And RomuRomulus swept Remus Like stubble from his path; Then crested he with temples The Seven Hills of his home, And builded there, by Tiber, The eternamine own time, and mine own clime, 'Tis more than Roman myth! Like Romulus and Remus, Out of the loins of Mars, Our Slavery and our Liberty W
2. the Roman Twins. by A. J. H. Duganne. 'Twas told by Roman soothsayers, What time they read the stars, That Romulus and Remus Sprang from the loins of Mars: That Romulus and Remus Were twin-born on the earth, And in the lap of a she-wolf Were suckled from their birth. By Heaven! I think this legend-- This ancient Roman myth-- For mine own time, and mine own clime, Is full of pregnant pith. Romulus stood with Remus, And plowed the Latian loam, And traced, by yellow Tiber, The nascent walls n Hills of his home, And builded there, by Tiber, The eternal walls of Rome! By Heaven! I think this legend Hath store of pregnant pith; For mine own time, and mine own clime, 'Tis more than Roman myth! Like Romulus and Remus, Out of the loins of Mars, Our Slavery and our Liberty Were born from cruel wars. To both the Albic she-wolf Her bloody suck did give, And one must slay the other, Ere one in peace can live. By Heaven! this brave old legend Straight to our hearts comes home-, When Slavery