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  • A Thunder Storm
    The day was hot and the day was dumb,
    Save for cricket's chirr or the bee's low hum,
    Not a bird was seen or a butterfly,
    And ever till noon was over, the sun ...
  • Overshadowed
    "Insomuch that they brought forth the sick into the streets, and laid them on beds and couches, that at the least the shadow of Peter, passing by, might overshadow some of them."

    Mid the thronged bustle of the city street, ...
  • Hope And I
    Hope stood one morning by the way,
    And stretched her fair right hand to me,
    And softly whispered, "For this day
    I'll company with thee." ...
  • Tokens
    Each day upon the yellow Nile, 'tis said.
    Joseph, the youthful ruler, cast forth wheat,
    That haply, floating to his father's feet,--
    The sad old father, who believed him dead,-- ...
  • Secrets
    In the long, bright summer, dear to bird and bee,
    When the woods are standing in liveries green and gay,
    Merry little voices sound from every tree,
    And they whisper secrets all the day. ...
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