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THE HEART—THE HEART!

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THE HEART—THE HEART! THE heart-the heart I oh let it be A true and bounteous thing; As kindly warm, as nobly free, ■; As eagle's nestling wing. Oh! keep it not, like miser's gold, Shut in from all beside But let its p,ecious stores unfold, In mercy, far and wide. The heart-the heart that's truly blesS Is never all all its own No ray of glory lights the breast That beats for self alone. The heart—the heart! 011 t let it spare A sigh for others' p:1Ïn The breath that soothes a brother's care Is never spent in vain. And though it throb at gentlest touch, Or Sorrow's faintest call, 'Twere belterit should ache too much, Than never ache at all. The heart—the heart that's truly blest. Is never all its own No ray of glory lights the breast That beat3 for self alone. ELIXA COOK.

TO A SISTER.

COLOUR IN DRESS.

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