reward that they would win from him if they carried his

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His shield no more, lest his sinister hand,

reward that they would win from him if they carried his

Idle, give life by shame; and on his breast

reward that they would win from him if they carried his

Bearing a forest of spears, though spent with toil

reward that they would win from him if they carried his

And worn with onset, falls upon his foe

And braves alone the wounds of all the war.

Thus may an elephant in Afric wastes,

Oppressed by frequent darts, break those that fall

Rebounding from his horny hide, and shake



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