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I see them,--crowd on crowd they walk the earth,
Dry leafless trees no autumn wind laid bare;
They borrow words for thoughts they cannot feel,
That with a seeming heart their tongue may speak;
The hand and foot that stir not, they shall find
Sooner than all the rightful place to go;
It is the way unseen, the certain route,
Where ever bound, yet thou art ever free;
'Tis to yourself I speak; you cannot know
Him whom I call in speaking such a one,
A word perhaps loud spoken you may get,
Or hear our feet when heavily they tread;
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