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Canada

O Child of Nations, giant-limbed,
Who stand'st among the nations now
Unheeded, unadored, unhymned,
With unanointed brow, --

How long the ignoble sloth, how long
The trust in greatness not thine own?
Surely the lion's brood is strong
To front the world alone!
How long the indolence, ere thou dare
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Dan Todd 05 April 2019
This poem is a piece of crap. From the days when it was acceptable to take the inheritance of the Greeks and the Egyptians while denying them a part in this wonderful " saxon and celtic" paradise.
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A very nice patriotic poem with sweet rhythm and the rhyme scheme irregular..
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