[Written for the Sentinel]

True Sympathy

True sympathy is not expressedBy trembling at another's fear,By entering his cloud of grief,Holding as real the anguished tear.

Such a mistaken sense doth plungeA brother deeper into woe;True sympathy is that which lifts,Inspires, and heals, and comforts so.

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February 6, 1926
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