He does not say, As day by day Passeth without result, There is no bud in bush, There is no rose in bud; Rather, his faith prevails And he applies himself To do his part, Which, if well done, He knows will bring In time, the rose; Though how it grows, Or where such beauty Found repose Before unfolding unto him, He cannot say — Unless he knoweth God.
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