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" THOUGHT. j|HAT if some morning, when the stars were paling, And the dawn whitened, and the East was clear, Strange peace and rest fell on me from the presence Of a benignant Spirit standing near : And I should tell him, as he stood beside me, " This is... "
Poems - Page 111
by Edward Rowland Sill - 1887 - 112 pages
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Life's Dark Problems: Or, is this a Good World?

Minot Judson Savage - 1905 - 219 pages
...his life-work only begun : " What if some morning, when the stars were paling And the dawn widened and the east was clear, Strange peace and rest fell...shore, through sun and shadow, Faithful it turns, wrapped in its azure air. " ' There is blest living here, loving and serving, And quest of truth, and...
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Messiah Pulpit, Volume 10

1905
...planets of them all. This is that wonderful earth of ours. Do you remember those lines of Sill's ? "This is our earth — most friendly earth and fair;...shadow Faithful it turns, robed in its azure air." This is our world. There is life here, there is love here, and all the fine and sweet things you can...
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the poetical works of edward rowland sill

1906
...not see, And oh ! I cannot believe it, That my love is lost to me. LATER POEMS A MORNING THOUGHT WHAT if some morning, when the stars were paling, And the...near: And I should tell him, as he stood beside me, u This is our Earth — most friendly Earth, and fair ; Daily its sea and shore through sun and shadow...
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After Noontide

1907 - 270 pages
...the attempt I fear I should have failed. I am still in love With life. CALEE FOOTE (act. 90). What if some morning, when the stars were paling, And the...should tell him, as he stood beside me, "This is our Earth—most friendly Earth, and fair: Daily its sea and shore through sun and shadow Faithful it turns,...
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The Chautauquan: Organ of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle

1912
...desire for culture latent in every intelligent American. Verses Worth Memorizing A MORNING THOUGHT* What if some morning, when the stars were paling, And the...should tell him, as he stood beside me:— "This is our earth—most friendly earth, and fair; Daily its sea and shore through sun and shadow Faithful it turns,...
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A Midsummer Wooing

Mary E. Stone Bassett - 1913 - 484 pages
...friend's wish — that I should repeat his favourite poem. My voice trembled a little as I began: " What if some morning when the stars were paling, And the...through sun and shadow Faithful it turns, robed in azure air: There is blest living here, loving and serving, And quest of truth, and serene friendships...
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Memorials of Eminent Yale Men: A Biographical Study of Student ..., Volume 1

Anson Phelps Stokes - 1914 - 820 pages
...beautiful. Here are the first and last stanzas : s Triennial Meeting of the Cltas of Sixty-One, p. 10. What if some morning, when the stars were paling, And the...presence Of a benignant spirit standing near; ******* And what if then, while the still morning brightened, And freshened in the elm the summer's breath, Should...
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Spiritualist Manual

General Assembly of Spiritualists - 2006 - 144 pages
...no more — Life is the victory in store. — Rev. Converse E. Nickerson WHAT IF SOME MORNING? What if some morning when the stars were paling, And the...stood beside me, "This is our Earth — most friendly and most fair ; Daily its sea and shore through sun and shadow Faithful it turns, robed in its azure...
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Kansas Reports, Volume 87

Kansas. Supreme Court, Elliot V. Banks, William Craw Webb, Asa Maxson Fitz Randolph, Gasper Christopher Clemens, Thomas Emmet Dewey, Llewellyn James Graham, Oscar Leopold Moore, Earl Hilton Hatcher, Howard Franklin McCue - 1912
...destroyer, but of a ministering angel. He most of all can feel the truth of the poet's vision: "What if some morning, when the stars were paling, And the...presence Of a benignant spirit standing near; "And should I tell him, as he stood beside me: — 'This is our earth, most friendly earth and fair; Daily...
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Williams Literary Monthly, Volume 21

1906
...pure in heart, to fear? It is in the same calmness of infinite faith that he speaks of death : What if some morning when the stars were paling, And the...the presence Of a benignant spirit standing near? Among Sill's shorter verse "The Fool's Prayer" is best known, bat those who esteem it his best are...
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