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I POETRY. [ TRUE HEROISM. When troubles come, we find some vague relief 10 self condoling but it sure is weak To pitv thus ourselves, and nurse our griefs; •Xwere best to hush them np, and let them sleep. In this world's bivouac, grand and sublime. The man who for self-pity can find time Should contemplate the many who walk this earth, Bearing within their hearts griefs which had birth. In disappointed hopes, desires unsatisfied, in seeing others grasp things to them denied In repeated struggles for the higher inner life; In holy efforts to still their soul's sad strife. In lonely watchings by the bed of pain, Where some dear loved one, perhaps long has lain In long night-vigils by some quiet grave, Bidding the aching heart be stout and brave. n'pr life's rough path, they humbly take their way, Thinking ever of the words, watch and pray ifiiid self forgetful, patient, gentle, true Doing the work which God meant them to do. These are true heroes, who can lay aside Fich hope of future greatness, to them denied Turning away into life's common stream, And in honest labour losing each vain dream. FRANK. I

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