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In Praise Of By-Gone Simplicity

In the old capital they stood,
With yellow fox-furs plain,
Their manners all correct and good,
Speech free from vulgar stain.
Could we go back to Chow's old days,
All would look up to them with praise.

In the old capital they wore
_T'ae_ hats and black caps small;
And ladies, who famed surnames bore,

Their own thick hair let fall.
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