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[Written for the Sentinel]
look we to another world
For heaven's glory to appear,
When now on every side unfurled,
Are tokens telling God is here?
The maple's budding feathery red;
Through blackened twigs the warm sap flows;
Spring's birth proclaims, There are no dead,
And through the world a new hope glows.
Thus quickens us the Life divine,
And lifts our thoughts above the sod,
To see in all Love's power sublime,
And every bush aflame with God.
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Bessie M. Milnes
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John O. Benson
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