Why do I dare love all mankind?...

Why do I dare love all mankind?'T is not because each face, each form.Is comely, for it is not so:Nor is it that each soul is warmWith any God-like glow.Yet there's no one to whom's not givenSome little lineament of heaven,Some partial symbol, at the least, in signOf what should be, if it is not, within,Reminding of the death of sinAnd life of the Divine.

Henry Septimus Sutton.

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