182. The Libeller's Self-reproof
RASH 1 mortal, and slanderous poet, thy name
Shall no longer appear in the records of Fame;
Dost not know that old Mansfield, who writes like the Bible,
Says, the more ’tis a truth, sir, the more ’tis a libel!
These are rhymes of dubious authenticity.
by Robert Burns
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