And thus, O Prophet-bard of old, Hast thou thy tale of wonder told! The same which earth's unwelcome seers Have felt in all succeeding years. Sport of the changeful multitude, Nor calmly heard, nor understood; Thy song has seemed a trick of art, Thy warnings but the actor's part.
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