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London by William Dunbar (1465-1530)

Londons Roman City WallStrong be thy walles that about thee stands.
Wise be the people that within thee dwells.
Fresh is thy river with his lusty strands.
Blythe by thy churches, well sounding be thy bells.
Rich be thy merchants that in substance excels.
Fair be their wives, right love some, white and small.
Clear be thy virgins, lusty under kells.
London, thou art the flower of cities all.

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