Golden was that first age which unconstrained,
With heart and soul, obedient to no law,
Gave honor to good faith and righteousness.
No punishment they knew, no fear; they read
no penalties engraved on plates of bronze.
No suppliant throng with dread beheld their judge;
No judges hat they then, but lived secure.
No pine had yet, on its high mountain felled,
Descended to the sea to find strange lands
Afar; men knew no shores exept their own.
No battlements their cities yet embraced,
No trumpets straight, no horns of sinuous brass,
No sword, no helmet then - no need of arms;
The world untroubled lived it leisured ease.
Earth willingly, untouched, unwounded yet
By hoe or plough, gave all her bountous store;
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