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Downward, Through The Blooming Roofage

Downward, through the blooming roofage
Of a lonely forest bower,
Come the yellow sunbeams,'falling
Like a burning shower:
So through heaven's starry ceiling
To the hermit soul's abode,
Comes the Holy Spirit,'earthward
Raying down from God.



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