Ye Yahoos mourn, for in this Place Lies dead the Glory of your Race, One, who from Adam had Descent, Yet ne'er did what he might repent; But liv'd, unblemish'd, to fifteen, And yet, O strange, a Court had seen, Was solely rul'd by Nature's Laws, And dy'd
a Martyr in her Cause
The rhyme for "C" became "Christ crucify'd, for sinners dy'd
," and the new "D" couplet was "The Deluge drown'd, The Earth around.
The vigour of her body was indeed much exhausted, but the emotions of her mind were more active than ever; she saw with the mind's eye the great services which might be rendered to her country; she brought to her imagination the once delightful fields of her native Hayti, now dy'd
with the blood of her countrymen in their righteous struggle for liberty and for independence.
For when he would have said, King Richard dy'd
, And call'd a Horse, a Horse; he, Burbage cry'd.
A: In Adam's Fall We sinned all B: Heaven to find The Bible Mind C: Christ crucify'd For sinners dy'd
With my dear Molly Gray have I spent the whole day, And revell'd all night in her charms; When I lay on her breast with such pleasure possest That I fainted and dy'd
in her arms.