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"Ye wandring travellers that pass this way..." | 16-Sep-05

"Ye wandring travellers that pass this way
stand still awhile these Agonies survey
and on result of serious thoughts declare
if ever sorrows might with mine compare
but God in Mercy has decreed this Cup
most willingly therefore I drink it up"

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Comments:

Is this from Shelleys 'Ozymandias'?
christine hudson

I am researching a schoolgirl sampler with this verse--it bears the title Christ on the Cross and was stitched in 1804 by 10-year-old Esther White. I would also like to find the origin of this verse.
Debora Rindge


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