The Mind of the South

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That a tale should live,
While temples perish!  That a poet’s song
Should keep its echoes fresh for all the hills
That could not keep their cities! . . .

So wrote William Gilmore Simms in his poem “The Lions of Mycenae” (1870).  He was . . .

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