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A Serving Man's Epitaph Post by :CMartin371 Category :Poems Author :William Johnson Cory Date :November 2011 Read :2691

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A Serving Man's Epitaph

A slave--oh yes, a slave!
But in a freeman's grave.
By thee, when work was done,
Timanthes, foster-son,
By thee whom I obeyed,
My master, I was laid.
Live long, from trouble free;
But if thou com'st to me,
Paying to age thy debt,
Thine am I, master, yet.

(The end)
William Johnson Cory's poem: Serving Man's Epitaph

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