There was a great battle at sea. One could hear nothing but the roar of the big guns. The air was filled with black smoke. The water was strewn with broken masts and pieces of timber which the cannon balls had knocked from the ships. Many ... Read more of CASABIANCA at Stories Poetry.comInformational Site Network Informational
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19 Save In The Prayer For The Dead The Practice Of Congregational Prayer Hath Been Annulled #12
Congregational prayer, in the sense of formal obligat...

O Wayfarer In The Path Of God! Take
O wayfarer in the path of God! Take thou thy portion ...

I Am He, O My Lord, That Hath Set His Face Towards
I am he, O my Lord, that hath set his face towards Th...

Unto Thee Be Praise, O Thou Who Inclinest Thine
Unto Thee be praise, O Thou Who inclinest Thine ear t...

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Bereft, however, of the essence of the mysteries of His ...

Lauded Be Thy Name, O Thou In Whose Hands Is
Lauded be Thy name, O Thou in Whose hands is the king...

4: O Son Of Man! I Loved Thy Creation Hence I Created Theewherefore
O SON OF MAN! I loved thy creation, hence I created t...





25: O Ye Seeming Fair Yet Inwardly Foul! Ye Are Like Clear But Bitter Water Which To Outward






O YE SEEMING FAIR YET INWARDLY FOUL! Ye are like clear but bitter water,
which to outward seeming is crystal pure but of which, when tested by the
divine Assayer, not a drop is accepted. Yea, the sun beam falls alike upon
the dust and the mirror, yet differ they in reflection even as doth the
star from the earth: nay, immeasurable is the difference!





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