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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
Nogi
By Harriet Monroe
 
    GREAT soldier of the fighting clan,
Across Port Arthur’s frowning face of stone
You drew the battle sword of old Japan,
And struck the White Tsar from his Asian throne.
 
    Once more the samurai sword        5
Struck to the carved hilt in your loyal hand,
That not alone your heaven-descended lord
Should meanly wander in the spirit land.
 
    Your own proud way, O eastern star,
Grandly at last you followed. Out it leads        10
To that high heaven where all the heroes are,
Lovers of death for causes and for creeds.
 
 
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