31 Animals 1 (1898-1899)

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                                        I would  not enter on my  list of friends,
                                        Though  graced  with polished manners and  fine sense,
                                        Yet  wanting sensibility, the man
                                        Who   needlessly sets foot upon a worm.-CowEn.


Vol. 31.                                        Boston, June, 1898.                                                       No. 1.


                     PEACE.
From Mothers' Magazine, 1 Madison Avenue, New York City.


                    ROME.

   FROM  WILL CARLETON'S MAGAZINE OF MAY, 1898.

At last the nation, tired of strife, as conqueror reposed:
The temple of the god of war with shouts of joy was
    closed;
For many  blessed days the camp had blossomed as a
    home;
The dove of peace was brooding o'er the seven hills of
    Rome.
Not now the frenzied call  To arms!  fell on the startled
    ear-
Not now in every street was heard the clash of sword and
    spear.
For many calm and peaceful days-the first of thousands
    known-
A laborer could earn his bread and share it with his own.
A  maiden wandered through the dusk, and heard her
    lover's vow,
And did not fear she soon must bind a helmet on his brow;
A mother kissed her babe in joy; and though it were a
    son,
She did not grieve lest he be killed before his youth was done;
For many blessed days the world rang glad the tidings
    out,
 The men of Rome  are all at peace with all the world
    about !

Those tranquil times from Comfort's lips threw kisses,
    near and far;
And  everything was brighter, from a flower unto a star;
And every swinging blade of grass, and every towering tree
Seemed hoping then that war was dead, and ever thus would
    be;
The shepherd fed his dappled flocks, the farmer stored
    his grain,
Nor  said  This humble wealth may swell a foeman's
    bloody gain; 
The  cottage walls were ivy-grown, and fenced with
    peace around,
 \nd did not look for foemen's fire to burn them to the
    ground;
 And many thought the gods above had listened to their plea,
 And Peace was ruler of the land and evermore would be.

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