Books by Mary Baker Eddy

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     The flowers of June
The gates of memory unbar:
     The flowers of June
     Such old-time harmonies retune,
I fain would keep the gates ajar, - 
So full of sweet enchantment are
     The flowers of June.
    - James T. White.

Who loves not June
Is out of tune
With love and God;
The rose his rival reigns,
The stars reject his pains,
His home the clod!

And yet I trow,
When sweet rondeau
Doth play a part,
The curtain drops on June;
Veiled is the modest moon - 
Hushed is the heart.

PO 58

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