Among the fairies

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Page 126 - I shall be happier," he said, " in my present state than I could have been as a man. I shall always be the friend of men and keep near their dwellings ; I could not gratify your pride as a warrior, but I will cheer you by my songs. ... I am now free from cares and pains, my food is furnished by the fields and mountains, and my path is in the bright air.
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