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WILLIAM BROOME
English scholar and poet
(1689 - 1745)

Beggar!--the only free men of our commonwealth,
  Free above scot-free, that observe no laws,
    Obey no governor, use no religion,
      But what they draw from their own ancient custom,
        Or constitute themselves; yet are no rebels.
      - [Beggars]

The stars in order twinkle in the skies,
  And fall in silence, and in silence rise.
      - [Stars]

Till, as a giant strong, a bridegroom gay,
  The sun springs dancing through the gates of day,
    He shakes his dewy locks, and hurls his beams
      O'er the proud hills, and down the glowing streams:
        His fiery coursers bound above the main,
          And whirl the car along th' ethereal plain;
            The fiery courses and the car display
              A stream of glory and a flood of day.
      - [Sun]

What loss feels he that wots not what he loses?
      - [Proverbs]


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