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MILTON AT CRIPPLEGATE, by            
First Line: Me milton fain by cripplegate behold
Last Line: Quick in quotation on free lips I live.
Subject(s): Freedom; Milton, John (1608-1674); Statues; Liberty


(Written after an air raid in which the statue of Milton was damaged)

Me Milton faln by Cripplegate behold,
Yet not me Milton, but my dummy's mould.
I stand with Liberty; let none misgive:
Quick in quotation on free lips I live.





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