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" Men at arms his livery wore, Did his bidding night and day. Now, through regions all unknown, He was wandering, lost, alone, Seeking without guide his way. Suddenly the pathway ends, Sheer the precipice descends, Loud the torrent roars unseen; Thirty... "
New National First [-fifth] Reader - Page 357
by Charles Joseph Barnes, J. M. Hawkes - 1884 - 480 pages
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KERAMOS AND OTHER POEMS

HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW - 1878
...side Yawns the chasm; on air must ride Following close in his pursuit, At the precipice's foot, Keyhan the Arab of Orfah Halted with his hundred men, Shouting upward from the glen, " La IlMh ilk Allah ! " Gently Eoushan Beg caressed Kyrat' s forehead, neck, and breast ; Kissed him upon...
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