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Marmion: Canto 6 (Excerpt)

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Next morn the Baron climb'd the tower,
To view afar the Scottish power,
Encamp'd on Flodden edge:
The white pavilions made a show,
Like remnants of the winter snow,
Along the dusky ridge.
Long Marmion look'd:--at length his eye
Unusual movement might descry
Amid the shifting lines:
The Scottish host drawn out appears,

For, flashing on the hedge of spears
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Nithin Ss 25 July 2009

lit big...........and lit complication..........any way...did enjoyed

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