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Bliss Carman, et al., eds.  The World’s Best Poetry.
Volume IX. Tragedy: Humor.  1904.
 
Humorous Poems: II. Miscellaneous
A Saddened Tramp
Anonymous
 
“NOW unto yonder wood-pile go,
  Where toil till I return;
And feel how proud a thing it is
  A livelihood to earn.”
A saddened look came o’er the tramp;        5
  He seemed like one bereft.
He stowed away the victuals cold,
  He—saw the wood, and left.
 
 
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