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LIBERALITY OF SENTIMENT: AND SO HOME, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Just as he reach'd this stirring close
Last Line: His hand he held,—and thus they parted.
Subject(s): Gentlemen; Home


[Two gentlemen, having met accidentally at an inn and having been
detained by a shower of rain, part after a theological discussion.]

JUST as he reach'd this stirring close,
The other gentleman arose;
And with emotion and surprise,
He rang the bell, then wip'd his eyes;
And ere he for his dwelling started,
His hand he held,—and thus they parted.





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