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The Reward Post by :trafficguy Category :Poems Author :James Weldon Johnson Date :October 2011 Read :2627

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The Reward

No greater earthly boon than this I crave,
That those who some day gather 'round my grave,
In place of tears, may whisper of me then,
"He sang a song that reached the hearts of men."

(The end)
James Weldon Johnson's poem: Reward

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