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SONNET. The God of the Storm and the Whirlwind." Thou thy stern robe of terrors hast put on, 0 mighty Ruler of the winds and waves! The spirit bows to thee!âfrom ocean caves E'en to the expansive heaven of heavens, thy throne. All elements, all beings trembling own The greatness of thy presence. Tis the hour Of vast, unmitigated, boundless power, And the heart bends to Thee, and Thee alone. Most mighty 0 how bless'd to feel and know, E'en in this hour of dread, that dear to Thee Is the confiding spirit. Ye may blow, Fierce tempests! but to pass His fix'd decree Or 'gainst His will one moment's war to wage, Is more than ye can do, with all your swelling rage.

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