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  • The Baptism Of Clovis
    Five hundred years have nearly passed away
    Since that glad morn, when o'er fair Bethl'hem's plain
    A light resplendent as the glow of day,
    Shone down from heaven, and holy angels deign ...
  • Beautiful Sky
    O beautiful sky of every hue;

    Golden and purple, crimson and blue,
    With some sombre lines thrown in between, ...
  • Aspiration
    I stand to-day on higher ground
    Than ever reached before,
    Yet from this summit I have found,
    Outlined full many more, ...
  • To Mr. Rudyard Kipling[1]
    True laureate of the Anglo-Saxon race,
    Whose words have won the hearts of young and old;
    So free from cant, and yet replete with grace,
    Or prose or verse it glows like burnished gold; ...
  • Tread Softly
    In the courts of truth tread softly,
    Though your tread be firm and bold;
    Your steps may awaken echoes,
    Resounding through years untold. ...
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John Milton Poem
 by John Milton

Part of an entertainment presented to the Countess Dowager of
Darby at Harefield, by som Noble persons of her Family, who
appear on the Scene in pastoral habit, moving toward the seat
of State with this Song.


Look Nymphs, and Shepherds look,

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