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Sonnets Dedicated To Liberty - Another year!--another deadly blow! November, 1803. Post by :michned Category :Poems Author :William Wordsworth Date :July 2011 Read :2332

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Sonnets Dedicated To Liberty - Another year!--another deadly blow! November, 1803.

Another year!--another deadly blow! November, 1803.


Another year!--another deadly blow!
Another mighty Empire overthrown!
And we are left, or shall be left, alone;
The last that dares to struggle with the Foe.
'Tis well! from this day forward we shall know
That in ourselves our safety must be sought;
That by our own right hands it must be wrought,
That we must stand unpropp'd, or be laid low.
O Dastard whom such foretaste doth not chear!
We shall exult, if They who rule the land
Be Men who hold its many blessings dear,
Wise, upright, valiant; not a venal Band,
Who are to judge of danger which they fear,
And honour which they do not understand.

Content of Another year!--another deadly blow! November, 1803
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William Wordsworth's poems: Part The Second - Sonnets Dedicated To Liberty

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