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p. 256‘They’locked

  • Rudyard Kipling


The Return of the Children

Neither the harps nor the crowns amused, nor the cherubs’ dove winged races— Holding hands forlornly the Children wandered beneath the Dome; Plucking the radiant robes of the passers-by, and with pitiful faces Begging what Princes and Powers refused:—‘Ah, please...

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