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For her friends and mine: a book of aspirations, dreams and memories . his little, kindle greater blame! My God! do I not know how hard it isNever to be from justice passion-hurled! To bide in will and deed unsoiled of hell!To walk with blameless feet a thorny world!Then why should I think aught of him but wellWho, falling, strives? My path, is it not his? At 1474 Belmont Street, July 4, 1915. 282 CXCVII. VASTNESS. Lord, what are we that struggle, dream and pray!For every star whose image ocean keepsA hundred million glow in those vast deeps The telescope reveals, light-years away! From some v

For her friends and mine: a book of aspirations, dreams and memories . his little, kindle greater blame! My God! do I not know how hard it isNever to be from justice passion-hurled! To bide in will and deed unsoiled of hell!To walk with blameless feet a thorny world!Then why should I think aught of him but wellWho, falling, strives? My path, is it not his? At 1474 Belmont Street, July 4, 1915. 282 CXCVII. VASTNESS. Lord, what are we that struggle, dream and pray!For every star whose image ocean keepsA hundred million glow in those vast deeps The telescope reveals, light-years away! From some v Stock Photo
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For her friends and mine: a book of aspirations, dreams and memories . his little, kindle greater blame! My God! do I not know how hard it isNever to be from justice passion-hurled! To bide in will and deed unsoiled of hell!To walk with blameless feet a thorny world!Then why should I think aught of him but wellWho, falling, strives? My path, is it not his? At 1474 Belmont Street, July 4, 1915. 282 CXCVII. VASTNESS. Lord, what are we that struggle, dream and pray!For every star whose image ocean keepsA hundred million glow in those vast deeps The telescope reveals, light-years away! From some vast whence to some vast whither goThese hurtling multitudes—constrained and blind!Drifting like chaff before a mighty wind, Eons they burn and detonate and glow! Nay more! For every whirling sun thats brightTen thousand dark stars sweep their chilly way—Dead suns or stuff for worlds of later day— Across lone ether voids in age-long night. Brave must that spirit be, yea utterly, That quails not, Lord, at thine infinity! At 1474 Belmont Street, May 11, 1915. 283. PROJECTED SONNETS. (Most of these subjects were matters of common interest to us.) The Neighbors. Dantes Vita Nuova. Stray Dogs and Cats. Child and Mother (the childsview). Ancient Egypt. Mother and Child (the fathersview). Sharp Eyes. The Amazon. The Mississippi. The Sacred Mountain (Varese). Early Loneliness. The Tiber. The Thames. The Rhine. The Quiet Life. The Nuptial Flight of Ants. Russian Music. Dantes Inferno. The Joy of Life. Self-Restraint. Childhood Days. The Children of Men. The Italian Lakes. The Eastern Alps from Venice. Folk Lore. Dumb Things. Holy Week at Baracoa. Forgiveness of Sins. The Scientific Imagination. Grief (using French lines). Gray Days (internal). A Church Procession in Bo-logna. Bayard Taylor. Boys Face of Sidney Lanier. Dantes Wife. Pain. The Egyptian Book of theDead. Sense of Color. Ancestors. The Fear of Death. Grimms Maerchen. Midnight and Morning (in-terior—wash on shore—surge

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