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Let Me Sing Of What I Know Post by :wordsworth Category :Poems Author :William Allingham Date :October 2011 Read :3331

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Let Me Sing Of What I Know

A wild west Coast, a little Town,
Where little Folk go up and down,
Tides flow and winds blow:
Night and Tempest and the Sea,
Human Will and Human Fate:
What is little, what is great?
Howsoe'er the answer be,
Let me sing of what I know.

(The end)
William Allingham's poem: Let Me Sing Of What I Know

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