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Pages: 66

Language: English

Publisher: Forgotten Books (26 Nov. 2015)

By: C. Maurice Stebbins (Author)

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Christmas Eve:

Or,

The Alpine Shepherd

I.

There was a youth, a nursling of the mountains,
Untutored in the ways of congregated men.
His knowledge he had quaffed from the pure fountains,
And the morning streams, and flowery glen
Wherein his sheep he folded safe in pen
At eve: from the near heavens, and the light
Of day, the music of the jay and wren.
And else he knew not: neither how to write
Nor read: but in the life he lived he found delight.

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