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Robert Louis Stevenson's poem The Vagabond ( Collected from Songs of Travel) celebrates the glorious freedom and independence of a tramp's life. All the four stanzas of The Vagabond repeatedly emphasize the unrestrained joys of an independent life in the outdoors free from all its hassles. Read More Victorian Period
Let the lave go by me,
Give the jolly heaven above
And the byway nigh me.
Bed in the bush with stars to see,
Bread I dip in the river -
There's the life for a man like me,
There's the life for ever.”
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