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Nahum Tate (1652 – 1715)


Irish Protestant poet, hymnist and lyricist, who became Poet Laureate in 1692.
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Nahum Tate
When I am laid, am laid in earth, May my wrongs create
No trouble, no trouble in thy breast;
Remember me, remember me, but ah! forget my fate.
Remember me, but ah! forget my fate.
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While shepherds watched their flocks by night,
All seated on the ground,
The angel of the Lord came down,
And glory shone around.
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For sorrow is our joy,
And joy our greatest sorrow.
Elissa dies tonight,
And Carthage flames tomorrow.




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And silence their mourning
With vows of returning
But never intending to visit them more.
No never, no never, intending to visit them more.
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