Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal God Poems
- 1. At Last
O mother, open the window wide
And let the daylight in;
The hills grow darker to my sight
And thoughts begin to swim.
- 2. Dead Love
Oh never weep for love thatâ??s dead
Since love is seldom true
But changes his fashion from blue to red,
From brightest red to blue,
- 3. Lord May I Come?
Life and night are falling from me,
Death and day are opening on me,
Wherever my footsteps come and go,
Life is a stony way of woe.
- 4. A Silent Wood
O silent wood, I enter thee
With a heart so full of misery
For all the voices from the trees
And the ferns that cling about my knees.
- 5. The Passing Of Love
O God, forgive me that I ranged
My live into a dream of love!
Will tears of anguish never wash
The passion from my blood?
Total 5 God Poems
by Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal
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by Isaac Watts
The true God our refuge; or, Idolatry reproved.
Not to ourselves, who are but dust,
Not to ourselves is glory due,
Eternal God, thou only just,
Thou only gracious, wise, and true.
Shine forth in all thy dreadful name;
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