Inscription On The Shanklin Fountain


    O traveller, stay thy weary feet;
    Drink of this fountain, pure and sweet;
        It flows for rich and poor the same.
    Then go thy way, remembering still
    The wayside well beneath the hill,
        The cup of water in His name.


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