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1J POETRY.' 111 THE ARISEN SPRING. From Imla's coasts of flame, From islands purple and red, The wind of tho Resurrection came And the Earth gave up her dead. The primrose blossomed fair In meadow, valley and heath, And thrilled were the deeps of the wild spriug all By the hyacinth's passionate breath The wind-flower's morning star In twilight hollows shone, And the hills were clasped, near and far, By the violet's azure zone. The red-vine blazed in the shade Of the laurel, solemn and cold And the wood-wort flashed her golden blade From its sheath of the rich, dark mould. Wild, flickering shades were flung From fluttering leaf and wing, And the breezy woods and the uplands rung With the voices of the Spring; For the motives of life were stirred, And the powers to be and grow, Were quickened to struggle for sun and breath In the violets under the suow. From goblets cloudy and fine, From fountains dewy and cold, The sweet sunshine, like a delicate wine, In billowy oceans roiled. From the islands and the sea, From the woodland the teeming sod, There floated a wonrlprfnl meloily, Whose awful burden was—GOD

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