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Wlizlt do I want my lioy to lie?
Oft is the question asked of me. ,
And oft I ask it of myselfg I i
What corner. niche or post or shelf
In the great hall of life would I !'fQ,H,l
Select for him to occupy? y.
Statesman or writer, poet. sage 'l"
Or toiler for a weekly wage. 5
Artist or artisan if Oh, what
Is to liecome his future lot?
For him Ido not dare to plan: W
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only hope he'll he a man. And so I hope he'll lie a man. If .
I leave it free for him to choose I would not huild my hope or ask s I
The tools of life which he shall use,
Brush, pen or chisel, lathe or wrench.
The desk of connnerce or the lmench,
And pray that when he makes his choice
In each day's task he shall rejoice.
I know somewhere there is a need
For him to lahor and succeedg
Somewhere, if he he clean and true,
Loyal and honest through and through,
shall he fit for any clan,
That he shall do some certain task.
Or liend his will to suit my own:
He shall select his post alone.
Life needs a thousand kinds of men.
Toilers and masters ofthe pen.
Doctors, mechanics, sturdy hands
To do the work which it commands.
And wheresoever he's pleased to go.
Honor and triumph he may know.
Therefore I must do all I can
To teach my lioy to he a man.
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