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Since thou hast left my lonely side,
My life has lost its hope and zest.
The sun rolls on from east to west.
But brings no more that evening rest,
Thy loving-kindness made so sweet,
And time is slow that once was fleet.

As day by day was waning.

The last sad day that show'd thee lain
Before me, smiling in thy pain,
The sun soar'd high along his way
'Xo mark the longest summer tlay.
And show to me the latest play


Of thy sweet smile, and tlience, as all
The days' lengths shrunk from small to small,
My joy l)egan its waning.

And now 'tis keenest pain to see
Whate'er I saw in bliss with thee.
The softest airs that ever blow,
The fairest days that ever glow,
Unfelt by thee, but bring me woe.
And sorrowful I kneel in pray'r,
Which thou no longer, now, canst share.
As day by day is waning.

How can I live my lonesome daysl
How can I tread my lonesome ways ?
How can I take my lonesome meal %
Or how outlive the grief I feel 1
Or how again look on to weal ?
Or sit, at rest, before the heat
Of winter fires, to miss thy feet,

When evening light is waning.


Thy voice is still I lov'd to hear,

Thy voice is lost I held so dear.

Since death unlocks thy hand from mine,

No love awaits me such as thine ;

Oh ! boon the hardest to resign ! *

But if we meet again at last

In heav'n, I little care how fast

My life may now be waning.



Ah ! child ! the stream tliat brings
To thirsty hps their drink,

Is seldom drain'd ; for springs
Pour water to its brink.

The wells])rings that supi)ly
The streams, are seldom spent,

For clouds of rain come by
To pay them uliat they lent.

The clouds that cast their rain
On lands that yield our food,

Have water from the main,
To make their losses good.


The sea is paid by lands,

With streams from ev'ry shore ;

So give with kindly hands,
For God can give you more.

He would that in a ring

His blessings should be sent,

From living thing to thing,
But nowhere staid or spent.

And ev'ry soul that takes,
But yields not on again,

Is so a link that breaks

In Heaven's love-made chain.




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