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Peace to all feuds!-and come the happier day When Reason's sun shall light us on our way When erring man shall all his Rights retrieve No despots rule him, and no priests deceive Thill then, Columbia! -watch each stretch of power Nor sleep too soundly at the midnight hour By flattery won, and lulled by soothing strains, Silenus took his nap--and waked in chains In a soft dream of smooth delusion led Unthinking Gallia bowed her drooping hear To tyrants'yokes-and met such bruises there, As now must take three ages to repair Then keep the paths of fear brought freedom clear, Nor slavish systems grant admittance here.
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