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" T was not thine, it seems, at all : Near to thee it chanced to fall, Close enough to stir thy brain, And to vex thy. heart in vain. Somewhere, in a nook forlorn, Yesterday a babe was born : He shall do thy waiting task ; All thy questions he shall ask,... "
City Club Bulletin - Page 30
1914
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Unity Pulpit, Volume 9

Sermons, American - 1887 - 652 pages
...all : Near to thee it chanced to fall, Close enough to stir thy brain, And to vex thy heart in vain. Somewhere, in a nook forlorn, Yesterday a babe was...of heaven. His shall be no stumbling feet, Falling when they should be fleet; He shall hold no broken clue; Friends shall unto him be true; Men shall...
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Poems

Edward Rowland Sill - Poetry, Modern - 1887 - 134 pages
...ail : Near to thee it chanced to fall, Close enough to stir thy brain, And to vex thy heart in vain. Somewhere, in a nook forlorn, Yesterday a babe was...; falsehood's aim Shall not shatter his good name. Service 97 Day shall nerve his arm with light, Slumber soothe him all the night ; Summer's peace and...
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Poems

Edward Rowland Sill - 1887 - 134 pages
...all : Near to thee it chanced to fall, Close enough to stir thy brain, And to vex thy. heart in vain. Somewhere, in a nook forlorn, Yesterday a babe was...; falsehood's aim Shall not shatter his good name. j Day shall nerve his arm with light, Slumber soothe him all the night ; Summer's peace and winter's...
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Poems

Edward Rowland Sill - Poetry, Modern - 1887 - 136 pages
...all : Near to thee it chanced to fall, Close enough to stir thy brain, And to vex thy heart in vain. Somewhere, in a nook forlorn, Yesterday a babe was born : He shall do thy waiting task j All thy questions he shall ask, And the answers will be given, Whispered lightly out of heaven. His...
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Practical Religion: A Help for the Common Days

James Russell Miller - Christian life - 1888 - 332 pages
...Near to thee it chanced to fall — Close enough to stir thy brain And to vex thy heart in vain. " Somewhere in a nook forlorn Yesterday a babe was born...heaven. " His shall be no stumbling feet, Falling when they should be fleet ; He shall hold no broken clue ; Friends shall unto him be true ; Men shall...
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Literary News, Volumes 9-10

American literature - 1889
...all ; Near to thee it chanced to fall, Close enough to stir thy brain And to vex thy heart in vain. Somewhere, in a nook forlorn, Yesterday a babe was born : He shall do thy waiting task ; All thv questions he shall ask. And the answers will be given, Whispered lightly out of heaven. His shall...
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Practical Paradoxes, Or, Truth in Contradictions

Henry Clay Trumbull - Christian ethics - 1894 - 202 pages
...all: Near to thee it chanced to fall, Close enough to stir thy brain, And to vex thy heart in vain. " Somewhere in a nook forlorn, Yesterday a babe was...heaven. " His shall be no stumbling feet, Falling when they should be fleet; He shall hold no broken clew ; Friends shall unto him be true ; Men shall...
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The Unitarian, Volume 11

Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott - Liberalism (Religion) - 1896
...all : Near to thee it chanced to fall, Close enough to stir thy brain, And to vex thy heart in vain. Somewhere, in a nook forlorn, Yesterday a babe was...where they should be fleet ; He shall hold no broken clew; Friends shall unto him be true ; Men shall love him ; falsehood's aim Shall not shatter his good...
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The Poems of Edward Rowland Sill

Edward Rowland Sill - Poetry - 1902 - 370 pages
...all : Near to thee it chanced to fall, Close enough to stir thy brain, And to vex thy heart in vain. Somewhere, in a nook forlorn, Yesterday a babe was...; Friends shall unto him be true ; Men shall love bun ; falsehood's aim Shall not shatter his good name. Day shall nerve his arm with light, Slumber...
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The Poems of Edward Rowland Sill

Edward Rowland Sill - Poetry - 1902 - 370 pages
...all: Near to thee it chanced to fall, Close enough to stir thy brain, And to vex thy heart in vain. Somewhere, in a nook forlorn, Yesterday a babe was...no broken clue; Friends shall unto him be true; Men shah 1 love him; falsehood's aim Shall not shatter his good name. Day shall nerve his arm with light,...
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