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The Lady of the Lake By Walter Scott Characters: 662

Updated: 2017-12-01 00:03


Then through the dell his horn resounds,

From vain pursuit to call the hounds.

170 Back limped, with slow and crippled pace,

The sulky leaders of the chase;

Close to their master's side they pressed,

With drooping tail and humbled crest;

But still the dingle's hollow throat

175 Prolonged the swelling bugle-no

te.

The owlets started from their dream,

The eagles answered with their scream,

Round and around the sounds were cast,note

Till echo seemed an answering blast;

180 And on the Hunter hied his way,

To join some comrades of the day;

Yet often paused, so strange the road,

So wondrous were the scenes it showed.

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