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Arthur Quiller-Couch, comp.  The Oxford Book of Victorian Verse.  1922.
 
Epigram: ‘Amid all Triads let it be confest’
By Richard Garnett (1835–1906)
 
AMID all Triads let it be confest
The Chase, the Feast, the Song compose the best,
So aptly link’d a mutual aid to lend
To life’s enjoyment, their concurrent end.
The chase provides what doth to feasts belong;        5
The banquet prompts and animates the song;
The song, resounding with a twofold grace,
Cheers the repast, and celebrates the chase.
 
 
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