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  Good-Bye Related Poem Content Details BY RALPH WALDO EMERSON Good-bye, proud world! I'm going home: Thou art not my friend, and I'm not thine. Long through thy weary crowd I roam   ri#er-ar$ on the ocean brine, Long I'#e been toed li$e the dri#en foam But now, proud world! I'm going home. Good-bye to %lattery' fawning face To Grandeur with hi wie grimace To uptart &ealth' a#erted eye To upple ffice, low and high To crowded hall, to court and treet To fro(en heart and hating feet To thoe who go, and thoe who come Good-bye, proud world! I'm going home. I am going to my own hearth-tone, Boomed in yon green hill alone, )   ecret noo$ in a pleaant land,  &hoe gro#e the frolic fairie planned  &here arche green, the li#elong day, *cho the blac$bird' roundelay,   nd #ulgar feet ha#e ne#er trod   pot that i acred to thought and God. , when I am afe in my yl#an home, I tread on the pride of Greece and +ome   nd when I am tretched beneath the pine,  &here the e#ening tar o holy hine, I laugh at the lore and the pride of man,   t the ophit chool, and the learned clan %or what are they all, in their high conceit,  &hen man in the buh with God may meet
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