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    I Murder Hate

    by Robert Burns
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    [These verses are to be found in a volume which may be alluded to
    without being named, in which many of Burns's strains, some looser
    than these, are to be found.]

    I.

    I murder hate by field or flood,
    Tho' glory's name may screen us:
    In wars at hame I'll spend my blood,
    Life-giving wars of Venus.

    II.

    The deities that I adore
    Are social Peace and Plenty,
    I'm better pleas'd to make one more,
    Than be the death of twenty.
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