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" ... Time's strand with wrecks. The People spread like a weedy grass, The thing they will they bring to pass, And prosper to the apoplex. The rout it herds around the heart, The ghost is yielded in the gloom; Kings wag their heads — Now save thyself... "
Battle-pieces and aspects of the war [poems]. - Page 16
by Herman Melville - 1866
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Battle-pieces and Aspects of the War

Herman Melville - History - 1995 - 272 pages
...the world in bloom. (Tufa-mark And top of the age/ strife, Verge where they called the world to tome, The last advance of life — Ha ha, the rust on the Iron Dome!) Nay, but revere the Md event ; In the cloud a sword is girded on, I mark a twinkling in the tent Of Michael the warrior...
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The Poems of Herman Melville

Herman Melville, Douglas Robillard - Poetry - 2000 - 349 pages
...gloom; Battle-Pieces Kings wag their heads — Now save thyself Who wouldst rebuild the world in bloom. (Tide-mark And top of the ages' strife, Verge where they called the world to come, Tlie last advance of life — Ha ha, the rust on the Iron Dome!) Nay, but revere the hid event; In...
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