[Written for the Sentinel]

Watch, Work, Pray

Ask the gardener, he will tell youThat he reaps but what he sows;That the soil must be in order,Or the seed is dwarfed by foes;That the tares in good soil prosperAs the seed that aims to bless;That the good kind, he must nourish,Guard its growth with tenderness;True discernment is most needful—Sprouts bespeak the ripen'd fruit;That with prudence he must severBaneful waste from worthy root.That obedience, prayer, and watchingFill the days with joys untold;Patient love, all law fulfilling,Yields a harvest hundredfold.

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