Poet John L. Stoddard

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John L. Stoddard Poems

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Best poem of John L. Stoddard

Youth And Age
“I will gain a fortune,” the young man cried;
“For Gold by the world is deified;
Hence, whether the means be foul or fair,
I will make myself a millionaire,
My single talent shall grow to ten!”
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