[Written for the Sentinel]

The Rich Young Man

O RICH young man, if thou hadst known What vast possessions were thine own, What undimmed pearls, how wide and grand The mansions in thy Father's land; If thou couldst but have glimpsed what store Of wealth was thine forevermore, What robes of beauty, and the bliss Of losing all and gaining this; How eagerly thou wouldst have sold Jewels and pomp and pride and gold.

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