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To The Gods Of The Country Post by :uclaboyz Category :Poems Author :Maurice Hewlett Date :September 2011 Read :690

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To The Gods Of The Country

Sun and Moon, shine upon me;
Make glad my days and clear my nights!

O Earth, whose child I am,
Grant me thy patience!

O Heaven, whose heir I may be,
Keep quick my hope!

Your steadfastness I need, O Hills;
O Rain, thy kindness!

Snow, keep me pure;
O Fire, teach me thy pride!

From you, ye Winds, I ask your blitheness!


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Maurice Hewlett's poem: To The Gods Of The Country

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