[Written for the Sentinel.]

WITHIN THY HOUSE

Within thy house, O blessed pilgrim stranger,Watch well lest error creep in unaware!Hold dear its sanctity,Inviolate let it beFrom rude intrusion and earth's stagnant air!

Insistent voices from without are calling,The sense—world claims admittance as its due;Now fain would enter inClamors of fear and sin,Sorrow and pain and all a heart's full rue!

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