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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1899)
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WEEKLY JOURNAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Whom the great goddess Destiny has kissed
He t ween the brows,
His heart shall find no dwelling place
herein to house.
Where mountains loom,
And swirling winds about his face
With words of doom ;
The valleys, when he walks therein,
Are kind and warm ;
Vet ever drift across his soul
Strange gusts of storm.
If weary he shall stop beside
An open door, . '
Dreaming, "This hearthstone i3fygoal,...t -
To wend no more."
A tumult of snows adrift
Shall fill his eats,
His heartstrings feel the old time lure
Adown the years:
And he shall turn from that warm light
With still regret
That dream weie made not to endure
Nor to forget.
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