instance in which they ever agree. There are very few questions,

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Out of the obscure dark of the rich streams,

instance in which they ever agree. There are very few questions,

And not a fountain, were the symbol which

instance in which they ever agree. There are very few questions,

Shadows the inherited glory of the rich.

instance in which they ever agree. There are very few questions,

Some violent bitter man, some powerful man

Called architect and artist in, that they,

Bitter and violent men, might rear in stone

The sweetness that all longed for night and day,

The gentleness none there had ever known;



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