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    A SONG OF FAITH

    There are ships far away on the ocean
    That landward no breeze will blow;
    There are yearnings some fate’s put in motion
    That never fruition will know.
    HEVI 47.3

    There are snows sleeping cold on the mountains
    That never will yield to the sun;
    There are feelings with ever locked fountains
    That will melt to the wishes of none.
    HEVI 47.4

    In the forests are suffering creatures,
    Whose moanings are heard but by God;
    In the bosom are griefs whose white features
    Are as hidden as those under sod.
    HEVI 47.5

    But, mortal, take heart, and the muttered
    Rebellion of spirit disown.
    Not a prayer, saith the seer, was yet uttered
    But it went without loss to the throne. —Will T. Hale.
    HEVI 47.6

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