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    Alfred Lord Tennyson- The Oak

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    The Oak
    by Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-1892)
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    Live thy Life,
    Young and old,
    Like yon oak,
    Bright in spring,
    Living gold;

    Summer-rich
    Then; and then
    Autumn-changed
    Soberer-hued
    Gold again.

    All his leaves
    Fall'n at length,
    Look, he stands,
    Trunk and bough
    Naked strength.