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Still, still on hope relies ;
Bids expectation rise.
Adorns and cheers the way;
TIME. Yes, and the sailless worlds, which navigate The unutterable deep that hath no shore, Will lose their starry splendours, soon or late, Like tapers, quench'd by him whose will is fate! Yes, and the angel of Eternity Who numbers worlds, and writes their names in light, One day, ( Earth! will look in vain for thee, And start and stop in his unerring flight, And with the wings of sorrow and affright Veil his impassion'd brow and heavenly tears.
A PERFECT WOMAX.
As the sun,
NEVER GIVE UP. Never give up! though the grape-shot may rattle,
Or the full thunder-cloud over you burst; Stand like a rock, and the storm and the battle
Little shall harm you, though doing their worst. Never give up! if adversity presses,
Providence wisely has mingled the cup;
O, for a falconer's voice,
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