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All Luminaries Have One Trend Post by :5streams Category :Poems Author :Edward Doyle Date :July 2011 Read :3705

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All Luminaries Have One Trend

All luminaries have one source, one trend.
The stars that calm the sailor, long sea-swirled,
And canopy fond lovers from the World,
And those that lead the heart and spirit, blend.
Lo, only in the things and thoughts that tend
Toward Love's High Harmony, is truth unfurled;
All else are lies, whence heart, soul, mind are hurled
Back to the Right--to Progress without end.

The stars all chant as one. My soaring song
Catches their flame and these few sparks reach earth:
"As soon the shells forget their Ocean birth,
As men forget the Right, where they belong
By reason and by soul of deathless worth;
Address the God in man, wouldst thou grow strong."

(The end)
Edward Doyle's poem: All Luminaries Have One Trend

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