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London

1 I wander thro’ each charter’d street, Leave a comment on line 1 0
2 Near where the charter’d Thames does flow Leave a comment on line 2 0
3 And mark in every face I meet Leave a comment on line 3 0
4 Marks of weakness. marks of woe, Leave a comment on line 4 0

5 In every cry of every Man. Leave a comment on line 5 0
6 In every Infants cry of fear. Leave a comment on line 6 0
7 In every voice; in every ban. Leave a comment on line 7 0
8 The mind-forg’d manacles I hear Leave a comment on line 8 0

9 How the Chimney-sweepers cry Leave a comment on line 9 0
10 Every blacknng Church appalls. Leave a comment on line 10 0
11 And the hapless Soldiers sigh Leave a comment on line 11 0
12 Runs in blood down Palace walls Leave a comment on line 12 0

13 But most thro’ midnight streets I hear Leave a comment on line 13 0
14 How the youthful Harlots curse Leave a comment on line 14 0
15 Blasts the new born Infants tear Leave a comment on line 15 0
16 And blights with plagues the Marriage hearse Leave a comment on line 16 0

17 London original page Leave a comment on line 17 0

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Source: https://marginalia.sunygeneseoenglish.org/short-poems/london/

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