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Fills the | brown 7 | shade 7 | 7 with a re | ligious

awe. 7| 7 And / ye! 7|7 whose | bolder | note 7 17 is |

heard a | far, 7 | 7 Who | shake the as | tonished I world 7 | | lift 7 |

high to | Heaven 7 The im | petuous | song, 7 | 7 and say 7 1 7 from

| whom you | rage. 7 | | | 7 His | praise, 7 1 7 ye | brooks 7 | 7 at | tune, 7 | |

7 ye | trembling | rills, 7 | 7 And I let me | catch it | 7 as I | muse a | long. 7

1 1 1 Ye 7 headlong | torrents, | | rapid and pro |

found, 1 | Ye 7 | softer | floods, 7 | 7 that lead the | hu

mid | maze 7 A | long the vale, 1 1 7 and thou majestic |

main 7 | 7 A | secret | world of wonders / 7 in thy | self, 7 | | Sound 7 | 7 his stu | pendous | praise, 7 | 7whose

| greater | voice, 71 7 Or | bids you | roar, 7 | 17 or | bids your | roar

ings | fall. 7 1 1 . Soft roll your | incense, | | herbs, 7 1 7 and | fruits,

77 and flowers, 7 7 In | mingled | clouds to him, 9 1 1 7 whose | sun

ex | alts, 7 | 7 Whose | breath per | fumes you, 1 7 and whose pencil | paints. 71

7| |

Ye 7 | forests | bend, 7 | ye harvests | wave 7 |

7 to him, 711 Breathe your | still 7 | song 7 1 7 into the reaper's

| heart, 7 | 7 As home he | goes 7 | 7 be i neath 7 1 7 the joy,

ous | moon. 71 Il Ye that keep 7 | watch in heaven, 17 as | earth

7 17 a I sleep 71 Un | conscious | lies, 7117 ef | fuse your / mildest

| beams, 71 | Ye 7 | constel | lations, l | while your | angels

| strike, 71 7 A | mid the | spangled | sky, 7| | 7 the silver |

lyre. 7 1 1 1 Great 7 | source of day! 7 || blest 7 | image here

be | low, 71 7 Of thy Cre | ator, | | ever | pouring / wide, 7 | From world to world, 7 | 7 the | vital | ocean

round, 9 | 7 On nature | write 717 with | every | beam 717 his | praise. 71

711] Ye 7 | thunders | roll; 711 7 be | hush'd 7 1 7 the |

prostrate | world, 71 | 7 While | cloud to | cloud 7 | 7 re turns 7 | 7 the

solemn hymn. 7| | | Bleat out a | fresh, ? | 7 ye hills; 7| 17 ye / mos

sy | rocks 71 7 Re | tain the sound; 711 7 the | broad res , pon

sive | low, 71 7 Ye | vallies | raise; 9 1 1 7 for the great 7 | Shep.

herd | reigns, 71

And his un | suffering | kingdom | 1 yet 717

will come. 7 | | | Ye | woodlands | | all, 7 | 7 a / wake; 7 | 17 al

boundless | song 71 Burst from the / groves: 7 || 7 and when the rest

less / day, 7 | 7 Ex | piring, | | lays the | warbling | world a |

sleep, 71 l Sweetest of birds, 7 || sweet 7 | Philo | mela, 11

charm 71 7 The | listening | shades, 7 17 and | teach the l

night 7 | his 7 | praise. 7 1 1 1 Ye 7 | chief, 7 1 7 for I whom 7 1 7 the | whole cre

ation | smiles:71 7. At | once the head, 7 | 7 the heart, 7 | 7 the

tongue of all; 7|| Crown the great 7 | hymn. 7| | | 7 In | swarm

ing | cities | vast, 7 | | 7 As / sembled | men 7 | 7 to the deep | organ |

| join 71 7 The | loud re / sounding | voice 7 || oft 7 | break

ing | clear, 7 | 7 At | solemn 7 | pauses, 1 1 7 through the | swel

ling | base; 7 | 7 And as each | mingling | flame 7 1.7 increases |

each, 71 7 In | ,

one 7 | 7 u nited | ardor | | rise to heav

en. [1] Or 7 1 7 if you | rather | choose the rural | shade,

7 And find a | fane 7 | 7in every | sacred | grove,

71 There let the shepherd's l. flute, 7 | 7 the | virgin's

| lay, 7 | 7 The prompting | seraph, 1 7 and the poet's |

lyre, 7 | Still 7 | sing the God of seasons | 7 as they | roll.

1 1 1 7 For | me, 7 | 7 when I for I get 7 | 7 the | darling

theme, 711 Whether the blossom | blows, 7 1 7 the summer |

ray 7 | Russets the | plain, 717 in | spiring | autumn |

gleans, 71 7 Or | winter | rises 7 in the blackening | east, 7 | Be my | tongue 7 | mute, 717 my | fancy | paint no

| more, 711 7 And dead to joy, 7 | 7 for I get my heart 7 17

10 | beat! 7 1 1 1 7 Should | fate com | mand me 7 to the | furthest

| verge 7 | 7 Of the green 7 | earth, 7 1 7 to distant | barb'

rous climes, 7 | | Rivers | 7 un | known to song; 7 | 7 where / first 7

| 7 the sun 7 | Gilds 7 | Indian | mountains, | 7 or his setting |

beam 71 Flames on the At | lantic | isles; 7|| 7 'tis , nought

to | me, 7 1 1

✓ Since | God 19 17 is ever | present, ! ever |

felt, 7,1 7 In the / void 7 / waste 7 || as in the city | full,

7| | 7 And | where 7 He 7 | vital | spreads, 9 | there 7

| must be l joy. 7| | | When 7 | even at | last 7| 7 the solemn | hour 7 |

7 shall | come, 7 | 17 And | wing my | mystic | flight 7 | 7 to | fu

ture | worlds, 71 71 cheerful ! 17 will o | bey; 7| | there 7 | 7

with | new 7 | powers, | 7 Will | rising | wonders sing; 7 | 171 | cannot |

go, 1

7 Where | uni | versal | love | smiles not a | round, 1 7 Sus | taining | all yon | orbs, 717 and I all

their suns ; 7) 17 From | seeming | evil I still el ducing |

good, 71 7 And | better | thence 7 17 a gain, 7 | 7 and bet

ter | still, 7 | 7 In | infinite pro I gression; | | 7 but I lose 7 | 7 My self in | Him, 7|17 in I light 7 1 7 in effa

ble! ! ! ! Come then, I 7 ex | pressive | Silence, | | muse 7 |

| His 7 | praise. | | 1

INVOCATION TO GRECIAN ENERGY. Genius | 7 of ancient Greece! 7| 17 whose faithful | steps 7 |

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