Eternal Noon

Eternally the sun of Truth shines onIn full effulgence—Never a dim rayMars the bright beauty of the perfect wayWherein we walk.Though clouds of sense may rollAnd strive to hide the verities of Soul,We live in light;Man knows no nightOf dull decrepitude, but ever stands,Grandly erect and free,At the high zenith of his capability,Where Love's dear ministration, calm and sure,Reveals to his clear sight the vision pure—Celestial radiance of endless day,Eternally at noon.

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