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Childe Harolds Pilgrimage a Romaunt in Four Cantos volume 2

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Childe Harolds Pilgrimage a Romaunt in Four Cantos volume 2
Lord Byron
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These sepulchres of cities, which excite Sad wonder, and his yet surviving page The moral lesson bears, drawn from such pilgrimage. 114 CHILDE HAROLDS Cmto IV. XL VI. That page is now before me, and on mine His country's ruin added to the mass Of perish*d states he mourn'd in their decline. And I in desolation : all that was Of then destruction is ; and now, alas ! " Rome — Rome imperial, bows her to the storm. In the same dust and blackness, and we pass The skeleton of her Titanic form, ^^ Wre...cks of another world, whose ashes still are warm. XLVII. Yet, Italy ! through every other land Thy wrongs should ring, and shall, from side to side; Mother of Arts ! as once of arms, thy hand Was then our guardian, and is still our guide ; Parent of our Religion ! whom the wide Nations have knelt to for the keys of heaven ! Europe, repentant of her parricide, Shall yet redeem thee, and, all backward driven. Roll the barbarian tide, and sue to be forgiven. Canto IV. PILGRIMAGE. ' 115 XL VIII. But Arno wins us to the fair white walls.

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