Excerpt from The Life of Christ, and Other Poems
And whether weal or woe thy heart betide, In hours of gladness or of gloomy fears, His love will change not, he will faithful be Till death shall come to set thy spirit free.
And there is one dearer to thy young heart ... Than all beside, he won thine early love, Thy fairy visions, as to life they start, Are bright and cloudless as the blue above; He won thy heart, and he will guard thee well From life's stern trials while on earth ye dwell.
Thou wilt go forth from thy loved mountain home, Will leave the scenes where sunny youth was passed, But wheresoe'er thou mayst be called to roam, Where'er thy lot in this fair world is cast.
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