Quatrains of Christ

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Independent Press, 1907 - Religious poetry, American - 50 pages
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Page 33 - Chaos first reigned. Did star call unto star, The seas select their beds, and from afar The worlds assemble to assign their swings, Or did a Master place them as they are?
Page 42 - Vineyard hath its heat and hurt, and thin My cheeks with tears, but what a goal to win, And there are Jordan's banks all soft with shade, And Kedron's flow to lave the body in.
Page 49 - And that the humblest might not miss the clue, Denied the royal birth that was His due, Delivered by a Virgin in the dark, Her bed of pain the straw the cattle knew.
Page 12 - HRINK not, but draw in wide-eyed wonder near Each incident in all the Christ career — From birth to cross there were no veils or walls, And nearer makes it dearer and more clear.
Page 35 - Think you that He who wakes the vernal seed From where it sleeps with death beneath the mead, Will coldly let His imaged children sink To nothingness, and pay no further heed?

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