Raised!

The poet on his bed lay low:
His pulse was weak, the end was near;
Then leaned the wily medico
And whispered sharply in his ear.

Revived, he rose with dreadful cry—
These words had saved him from the hearse:
“They'll all begin (if you should die)
To garble and misquote your verse.”
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