The Poems and Verses of Charles Dickens

The Poems and Verses of Charles Dickens

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The Poems and Verses of Charles Dickens by Charles Dickens

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Collected and Edited, with Bibliographical Notes, by F. G. Kitton. With poems and verses from The Daily News, The Lighthouse and many other works.

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eave the farm! Rose. }

Rose. If he leaves it, he dies.

Edmunds. This base act, proud man, you shall rue.

Young Benson. Turn him from the farm! From his home will you cast, The old man who has tilled it for years? Ev'ry tree, ev'ry flower, is linked with the past, And a friend of his childhood appears!

Squire. Yes, yes, leave the farm! From his home I will cast The old man who has tilled it for years; Though each tree and flower is linked with the past, And a friend of his childhood appears.

Chorus.

He has turned from his farm! From his home he has cast The old man who has tilled it for years; Though each tree and flower is linked with the past, And a friend of his childhood appears.

QUARTET

Squire. Hear me, when I swear that the farm is your own Through all changes Fortune may make; The base charge of falsehood I never have known; This promise I never will break.

Rose and } He

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