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Stanford Digital Repository
New York Weekly
v. 22 no. 20
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New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 20, April 4, 1867 (Issue)
April 4, 1867
"Alone-upon the wide, wide world-'Tis hard to dwell alone; To catch no look of human love, That you can call your own. With none to bless our lonely hours, But leaves, and birds, and lovely flowers."|
As the twilight shadows deepen around me to night, they seem to whisper sadly, "All alone."