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by Henry Lyman Koopman

A world without any children,—
What a worn old world it would be!
A dreary life in a world like that
Would be worse than death to me.

Then come, pink May-buds of children,
With opening hearts like the morn;
There's hope for earth and the dwellers of earth,
While such as ye are born.

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