explanation of that letter of his, to which the succeeding，
Their natural parents, both of us, are lost.
O leave them not to wander poor, unwed,
Thy kin, nor let them share my low estate.
O pity them so young, and but for thee
All destitute. Thy hand upon it, Prince.
To you, my children I had much to say,
Were ye but ripe to hear. Let this suffice:
Pray ye may find some home and live content,
Address of this article：http://cpyne.xinrongfs.com/html/1606f199735.html
This article is published by the partner and does not representburn togetherPosition, reprint, contact the author and indicate the source：burn together
current location： person > >explanation of that letter of his, to which the succeeding