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Who ploughs with pain his native lea / And reaps the labour of his hands, in England more
The farmer stands in a muddy field with one hand on his hip, behind a pair of horses hitched to a single-furrow plough [US: plow]. He wears a hat, a tied neckerchief and tall boots.
Specially drawn for “The Leisure Hour” by Harold Copping
Who ploughs with pain his native lea
And reaps the labour of his hands
Or in the furrow musing stands,
“Does my old friend remember me?”
Tennyson: In Memoriam, Canto LXIV.