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Indignation Of A High-Minded Spaniard

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WE can endure that He should waste our lands,
Despoil our temples, and by sword and flame
Return us to the dust from which we came;
Such food a Tyrant's appetite demands:
And we can brook the thought that by his hands
Spain may be overpowered, and he possess,
For his delight, a solemn wilderness
Where all the brave lie dead. But, when of bands
Which he will break for us he dares to speak,
Of benefits, and of a future day

When our enlightened minds shall bless his sway;
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Konab Ghumman 03 August 2019

Of benefits, and of a future day When our enlightened minds shall bless his sway; 'Then', the strained heart of fortitude proves weak; Our groans, our blushes, our pale cheeks declare

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 21 September 2017

Despoil our temples, and by sword and flame Return us to the dust from which we came Beautiful lines in the poem. Splendid. Thanks poet.

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Upendra Upm 20 March 2017

His delight is a solemn wilderness, Strained heart of fortitude proves weak.He has power to inflict.What can be endured and what can not be endured, he says.who were the bands?

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