(PART II) - MISCELLANY
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

SIGNS OF THE HEART
page 846


SIGNS OF THE HEART



Come to me, joys of heaven!
   Breathe through the summer air
A balm - the long-lost leaven
   Dissolving death, despair!
     O little heart,
     To me thou art
A sign that never can depart.

Come to me, peace on earth!
   From out life's billowy sea, - 
A wave of welcome birth, - 
   The Life that lives in Thee!
     O Love divine,
     This heart of Thine
Is all I need to comfort mine.

Come when the shadows fall,
   And night grows deeply dark;
The barren brood, O call
   With song of morning lark;
     And from above,
     Dear heart of Love,
Send us thy white-winged dove.

Pleasant View, Concord, N. H., 1899.


PO 25




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