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SELF- CONTROL.

To-day an ageless realm is mine By right of conquest true, Whereby is won what long was lost, My birthright and my due. My realm is wider than the realm Of Kaiser, King or Tsar; Nor mount, nor stream, nor ocean marks Its boundaries afar. The forces that defend my realm, And wait upon my will, Are stronger than imperial hands That pillage, burn and kill. But should pride raise or fear cast down My soul, as here I reign, Rebels would rise and foes invade, And all were lost again. VINCEMr NAYLOR.

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SELF- CONTROL., New Zealand Illustrated Magazine, 1 February 1904

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SELF- CONTROL. New Zealand Illustrated Magazine, 1 February 1904

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