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Edgar Lee Masters - Hamilton Greene

I was the only child of Frances Harris of Virginia
And Thomas Greene of Kentucky,
Of valiant and honorable blood both.
To them I owe all that I became,
Judge, member of Congress, leader in the State.
From my mother I inherited
Vivacity, fancy, language;
From my father will, judgment, logic.
All honor to them
For what service I was to the people! 

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Poet: Edgar Lee Masters
Poem: Hamilton Greene
Poem of the Day: Nov 13 2007
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