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ONE COUNTRY
FRANK LEBBY STANTON

After all,
'Tis Freedom wears the loveliest coronal;
Her brow is to the morning; in the sod
She breathes the breath of patriots; every clod
Answers her call
And rises like a wall Against the foes of liberty and God!

NOTES AND QUESTIONS
Biography. Frank Lebby Stanton (1857-1918) spent his life in the South. He was for many years on the staff of writers for the Atlanta Constitution, one of the great newspapers of the South. His writings are full of patriotic expressions that show his love for his country.
Discussion. 1. To whom is this poem addressed? 2. What is "the Supreme Republic"? 3. What kind of deeds makes the glory of a country? 4. Of what does the poet say we must be the makers? 5. Why should boys and girls think of these things? 6. From whom do you think the command given in the second stanza comes? 7. Read aloud the lines that give "the command imperious." 8. How may many people "be as one" in the performance of an act? 9. How were the North and South to be as one? Tell several ways in which this was true in the World War. 10. What is worth more than empire? 11. Read aloud the line that tells us that the poet thinks Freedom's work has only begun. 12. Find the lines that tell how Freedom makes patriots rise to defend her. 13. Listen while the entire poem is read aloud by a good reader: 14. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: immortality; clarion; empire; coronal; clod. 15. Pronounce: irxiperious; patriots

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