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By The Fireside : The Singers

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God sent his Singers upon earth
With songs of sadness and of mirth,
That they might touch the hearts of men,
And bring them back to heaven again.

The first, a youth, with soul of fire,
Held in his hand a golden lyre;
Through groves he wandered, and by streams,
Playing the music of our dreams.

The second, with a bearded face,
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Walterrean Salley 25 November 2016

(By The Fireside: The Singers by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.) ... 'These are the three great chords of might, And he whose ear is tuned aright Will hear no discord in the three, But the most perfect harmony.' _________________________________ **The voice of focus is that of 'harmony' resulting from the blending of the three chords, so that it is no more three, but 'one.' A lovely brilliantly, genius crafted.

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Georgios Venetopoulos 09 February 2016

An Iambic tetrameter poem, by the Bostonian poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The verse contains two flaws. 1) In S1L4 (Stanza 1, Line 4) , the word Heaven must be pronounced as Heav'n and 2) In S2L3, the word wandered, as wander'd in order to maintain the Iambic tetrameter flow immaculate.

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