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First Line: There is a road in flanders
Last Line: Or children any more.
Subject(s): Roads; Paths; Trails


There is a road in Flanders
That runs a quiet way,
And few there were that found it;
And yet, at dusk of day,
There were some feet that sought it,
And loved its dust and loam,
The feel of it beneath them:
Men glad of going home.

A little road and quiet,
Not built for great affairs --
The sort of road for children,
All sweet with evening airs. --
So many now have found it
That knew so few before,
But never the feet of home-glad men,
Or children any more.





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