I Would Not Live Alway: And Other Pieces in Verse
R. Craighead, Printer, 1860 - 58 lappuses
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altar ALWAY Apostles bear beauty Bishops blessed breath bright bring brothers Christ CHRISTMAS CAROL Church command dear Dearest Pastor earth eternal eyes face faith father Feed fire flock flow flowers fold friends gift give glad glory golden grace hallowed hand hear heart Heaven hope HYMN Jerusalem Jesus keep kind KING of kings Lamb LETTER light LINES live meet morning musick ne'er Never night NOTE o'er O'ER THY once PAUL'S COLLEGE peace praise prayer Rejoices rest Rich ringing Rosy June rule side sight sing SISTER song sons soul sound spirit STAR strain sweet tell Thanks thee There's thine Thou thought throne thy day THY KINGDOM tide tolling tone truth tune voice wait waking wild worship the Lord WRITTEN YEAR'S
11. lappuse - I WOULD not live alway : I ask not to stay Where storm after storm rises dark o'er the way ; The few lurid mornings that dawn on us here, Are enough for life's woes, full enough for its cheer. 2 I would not live alway...
14. lappuse - Sunset. 1 THE mellow eve is gliding Serenely down the west ; So, every care subsiding, My soul would sink to rest. 2 The woodland hum is ringing The daylight's gentle close ; May angels round me singing Thus hymn my last repose. 3 The evening star has lighted Her crystal lamp on high ; So, when in death benighted, May hope illume the sky..
11. lappuse - Where seeking for rest we but hover around, Like the patriarch's bird, and no resting is found; Where Hope when she paints her gay bow in the air, Leaves its brilliance to fade in the night of despair, And joy's fleeting angel ne'er sheds a glad ray, Save the gleam of the plumage that bears him away. I would not live alway...
12. lappuse - If night's blue curtain of the sky, With thousand stars inwrought, Hung like a royal canopy, With glittering diamonds fraught, Be, Lord, Thy temple's outer veil...
12. lappuse - The dazzling sun, at noontide hour, Forth from his flaming vase, Flinging o'er earth the golden shower, Till vale and mountain blaze, But shows, O Lord ! one beam of Thine : What, then, the day where Thou dost shine...
21. lappuse - I WILL give thanks unto the Lord with my whole heart : secretly among the faithful, and in the congregation.
11. lappuse - I'll not linger when bidden to go. The days of our pilgrimage granted us here Are enough for life's woes, full enough for its cheer. Would I shrink from the path which the prophets of God, Apostles and Martyrs, so joyfully trod ! While brethren and friends are all hastening home, Like a spirit unblest o'er the earth would I roam ?
14. lappuse - ... soul would sink to rest. 2 The woodland hum is ringing The daylight's gentle close ; May angels round me singing Thus hymn my last repose. 3 The evening star has lighted Her crystal lamp on high ; So when in death benighted May hope illume the sky. 4 In golden splendor dawning, The morrow's light shall break ; Oh ! on the last bright morning May I in glory wake.
29. lappuse - Oh, lift up thine eyes, look around thee and see How thy children are gathering together to thee ; Like doves on the wing, flying home to be blest At thine altar with peace, in thy bosom with rest.
36. lappuse - Tuned by Thee in sweet accord. All shall sing their gracious Lord ; Love, the leader of the choir, Breathing round her seraph fire.