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Famous Shrewdest Poems by Famous Poets

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by Paterson, Andrew Barton

But I fear, and more's the pity, that there's really no such city, 
For there's not a man can find it of the shrewdest folk I know; 
"Come-by-Chance", be sure it never means a land of fierce endeavour -- 
It is just the careless country where the dreamers only go. 

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Though we work and toil and hustle in our life of haste and bustle, 
All that makes our life worth living comes unstriven for and free; 
Man may weary and importune, but the fickle g...Read More

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