man more common interests than the cultured guests of Bwana

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Where'er he struck, the victor. Now his sword

man more common interests than the cultured guests of Bwana

Blunted with gore congealed no more could wound,

man more common interests than the cultured guests of Bwana

But brake the stricken limb; while every hand

man more common interests than the cultured guests of Bwana

Flung every quivering dart at him alone;

Nor missed their aim, for rang against his shield

Dart after dart unerring, and his helm

In broken fragments pressed upon his brow;

His vital parts were safeguarded by spears



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