The following lines are chiefly interrogatory, and cordially invite answer in rhyme on the subject they broach, from any "whom it may concern. " What is it that leads us so astray? We know the right, but do the wrong: Shunning the "strait and narrow way," In devious paths behold earth's throng! We are not deaf, nor are we blind: We know how fatal is the way; But something base in mortal mind Makes virtuous purpose easy prey.
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