Nathan Haskell Dole

(1852-1935 / the United States)

Nathan Haskell Dole Poems

1. A Russian Fantasy 10/8/2010
2. Russia 10/8/2010
3. The Mirage 10/8/2010
4. The Vision Of Peace 10/8/2010
5. To An Imperilled Traveller 10/8/2010

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Russia

Saturnian mother! why dost thou devour
Thy offspring, who by loving thee are curst?
Why must they fear thee who would fain be first
To add new glories to thy matchless dower?
Why must they flee before thy cruel power,
That punishes their best as treason’s worst,—
The treason that despotic chains would burst,—
That makes men heroes who in slavery cower?
Upon thy brow the stars of empire burn;
Thy bearing has a majesty sublime.
Thy exiled children ever toward thee yearn;
Nor should their ardent love be deemed a crime.
O, mighty mother of men, to mildness ...

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