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First Line: He walked in glory on the hills
Last Line: For our rude huts, before he died.
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


HE walked in glory on the hills;
We dalesmen envied from afar
The heights and rose-lit pinnacles
Which placed him nigh the evening star.

Upon the peaks they found him dead;
And now we wonder if he sighed
For our low grass beneath his head,
For our rude huts, before he died.





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