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Home! where it s good to be alive
In the rush and roar of the river drive;
Where winter nights are made for sleep
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The service cap on the wind-tossed hair,
The khaki coat and the Croix de Guerre.
"Wait/* said Lisle, "here s a chap I know;
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HOME AGAIN
PADDLING steadily league by league
Toward the carry of Debsconeag,
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"Aye, who of the self-loving band
Will pause for the weal of another,
Or reach forth a generous hand
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FARRAGUT IN MADISON SQUARE
THE spirit that burned in the clay
Survives in the bronze; and the peerless
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"There are wounds to bind, there s a map to fix,
There s a beautiful tangle of politics,
There are towns to build, there are wheels to start,
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NEW YEAR, 1919
"An!" sighed the World, as he turned in bed
With a pillow of cloud for his poor old head,
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"Then, Time/* I cried, "let now the Fates remold
A gladder New Year! Let their hands refashion
A healing twelve month from the Age of Gold,
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NEW YEAR, 1918
As Father Time came speeding where I stood,
I boldly grasped him by the scanty forelock
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ALLIES DAY, 1917
FLAGS of the Great Free Nations, splendidly
glowing,