JOYFUL TRIUMPHS

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

The writer used to puzzle over the words, "Tear or triumph harms," as she sang the last verse of one of Mary Baker Eddy's hymns (Poems, p. 14):

"So, when day grows dark and cold,Tear or triumph harms,Lead Thy lambkins to the fold,Take them in Thine arms."

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