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In Memory Of John W. Francis, Jr Post by :vdorazio Category :Poems Author :George Pope Morris Date :May 2011 Read :2879

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In Memory Of John W. Francis, Jr

He was the pulse-beat of true hearts,
The love-light of fond eyes:
When such a man from earth departs,
'Tis the survivor dies.

(The end)
George Pope Morris's poem: In Memory Of John W. Francis, Jr

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