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[Written for the Sentinel]
golden beech and cedar tree,
The lily and the rose,
The all-o'erfolding azure dome,—
Each gift Thou dost dispose
Where it may best reflect Thy thought
And make of Thy vast universe
A home that knows no tear;
Truth's changeless law the corner-stone
And Love the atmosphere.
Here children, walking with the Christ,
Learn while they serve, to sing,
And day by day they nobly strive
For stature like their King.
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