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of native strength," although "very poor, may still be very blest" and remain far preferable to the devastation caused by the base desires of an arrogant few. Goldsmith's close friend and confidant Samuel Johnson composed the final four lines:

That Trade's proud empire hastes to swift decay,

As ocean sweeps the labored mole away;

While self-dependent power can time defy

As rocks resist the billows and the sky.

While Goldsmith's "Auburn" was based on his childhood home of Athlone, Ireland, Auburn was another name for Lissoy Parsonage, where he lived. The Deserted Village inspired the name Auburn for towns the world over. As are others of Goldsmith's works, the poem is available in both print and electronic form.

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