[Written for the Sentinel]

Sunset and Dawn

THE sun sank down, and darkness fell Upon the lonely world. And yet, as earth in darkness lay, We knew would come another day, When dawn its wings unfurled!

Tired heart, however deep thy sun May seem in night to sink, Look up, not down; the stars on high Shine ever through the darkened sky, Give proof that light is ever nigh: Thy sun shall rise again!

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January 17, 1925
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