Leslie, C.E.; Randall. R.H. (ed.) / The conqueror
The conqueror, pp. -159
$6 MAUI). NEVA E. PARKHILL. Key ofA Expaim tiMAU. C. . UM. 3. Bending downward from thy home, Canst thou stretch thy hand to' me, As I'm drifting here alone, Tossed upon a rest-less sea. 2. Bending downward from thy home, Canst thou stretch thy hand to me, Cast aside the mystic veil, That doth hide thy face from me. 3. Bending downward from thy home, Lo thy spir- it face I see. Like a star a-bove the foam, Lord,'I would be near to Thee. L. A. OSBORNE. YOUTH AND AGE. R. H. RANDALL. I. Youth is like a fou6 - tai, Crys - tal c dfree. Ere the foun - tain chang - es to the riv - er wide. Age is like a riv - er, Flow - ing to the sea. Cools the thirst- y thou sands With its crys - tal tide. __-_. . . . __. FJ: k. _- _ - 2. Youth is like the spring- time. When the flow-ers bloom. Ere the spring -time chang es to the at% - tam gray. Age is like the au - tumn, Mourn-ful as the tomb. Decks the earth with bless - ings And with flow - ers gay. Fine. D.C. 3" Youth is ev- erhope - ul 7 the coi - ing years B to m the tri als needs a hope- ful heart Age is ev . er tran - quil, Neith- er hopes nor fears B tri. . al n a h And a bet - ter bless ing God could not im- part.
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