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WRITTEN IN VISTORS' BOOK AT THE BIRTHPLACE OF ROBERT BURNS, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Of heavenly stature, but most human smile
Last Line: Whose thorns are in his hands.
Subject(s): Burns, Robert (1759-1796); Poetry & Poets


OF heavenly stature, but most human smile,
Gyved with our faults he stands,
Truth's white and Love's red roses tendering us,
Whose thorns are in his hands.





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