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TREASURES OF THOUGHT. If them Wfc thrown a glorious thought Upon life's common way8, g Fret T" ?ain haTe ^ughfc, et not to lose the praise. Great thinker, often tbou shalt and, Tn fl folly plunders fame, y rich store the crowd is blind, Nor knows thy very name. What matters that, if thon uncoil v T • S?ul that God has given, Aot in the world's mean eye to toil, But in the sight of heavon ? If thou art true, yet in thee lurks -ror fame a human sigh To Nature go, and see how'works That handmaid of the Rky. Her own deep bounty she forgets Is full of germs and seeds, :Nor glorifies herself, nor sets Her flowers above her weeds. She hides the modest leaves between, She loves untrodden roads richest treasures are not seen By any eye but God's. Accept the lesson. Look not for I AH ,.ai^ 5 from out thee cease I selfish ends, and ask no more I Than to fulfil thy place.

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