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The Poems of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Volume 1 By Jonathan Swift Characters: 432

Updated: 2017-12-01 00:03

This put me the friar into an amazement;

For he wisely consider'd it must be a sprite;

That he came through the keyhole, or in at the casement;

And it needs must be one that could both read and write;


he did not know,

If it were friend or foe,

Or whether it came from above or below;

Howe'er, it was civil, in angel or elf,

For he ne'er could have fill'd it so well of himself.

CHO. Let censuring, &c.

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