Poet John Greenleaf Whittier

American poet and activist (B:1807-12-17 - D:1892-09-07)

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Incription To Milton

The new world honors him whose lofty plea
For England's freedom made her own more sure,
Whose song, immortal as its theme, shall be
Their common freehold while both worlds endure.

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