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Bear me on with magic hand,
To Elysium's flowery land !
Thou, when Sorrow's piercing tooth
Mars the tender bud of youth;
When dark storms and tempests rise,
Mid pure suns and cloudless skies;
Thou can'st pour the healing balm,
Thou can'st every struggle calm.
Chas'd by thee, drear shadows fly
From the mind's envelop'd sky;
Till through twilight dim confest,
Gleam the mansions of the blest ;

And o'er the darken d hemisphere,
A sun that ne'er shall fade, more bright, more pure appear." P.76,


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