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♦— — Did yms LTi'st; him a. lift-? J Jo's a brother of maw, And bearing about all the burden lis <'«" i, Did. you give him a ismiln L' He was dov.nrast ami blue, And the smile would have, helped him to battle it through. Did you give, him yom- hand ''. Hu vas .slipping down hill. And the world. j=o 1 fancied, was using him ill. Did you give him a Tvurd 1 Did you show hiiii the road. Or did von just lot him co on -with his load ? - Do you knew what- it means to be losing th'o fight., Whon a'lift just in time mi.s'ht sci everything right ? Do you know irliat it means—just the clasp of a hand. When a man's borne about nil a man. ought to stand ': JDid you ask what it. was—why the o,lllcoring lip? Why the half-suppressed, foh, and 1110 scalding tears drip ? Were you brother of his when the time. came of need ? Did you offer to help him. or didn't vou heed ?

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DID YOU?, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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DID YOU? Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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