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THE END, by            
First Line: The long search ended!
Last Line: Let not this double price be paid in vain!
Subject(s): Children - Lost; Death; Disappeared Persons; Graves; Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping (1932); Dead, The; Missing Persons; Tombs; Tombstones


The long search ended!
Half hidden in a thicket grave
His wasted little body lay,—
The end to all the mother's hopes and fears and prayers,
Wondering, watching, waiting
A few short miles away!

We still the end must wait!
A people made repentant for their sins,
A people moved at last to dedicate
Their strength and will to end this reign of crime,
This trafficking in human life for gain!

O God,
If any God there be,
This Baby's life,
This Mother's pain,
Let not this double price be paid in vain!





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