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They that love early become like-minded and the Tempter toucheth then not; they grow up leaning on each other as the olive and the vine.
True wife! fond wife! we have together stood,
Through years of trial, each supporting each,
Thy thoughts than mine have higher, wider reached ;
Thou hast made summer and winter. Psalm lxxiv. 17.
Pile up the fire! the winter wind,
Pile up the fire! when storms are rade
the fire! and ere he go
A kind-hearted woman obtains honour, as strong men obtain riches. Proy. xi. 16.
As a jewel of gold in a swine's snout,
The wise woman builds her house ;
Her pure and eloquent blood
A woman moved is like a fountain troubled,
My Father worketh constantly, and so I work. John v. 17.
Do your work, and you will become strong.
The blackbird early leaves its rest
To meet the smiling morn,
From upland, wood and lawn.
'Mid sweets of varied bue,
“There's work enough to do."
The cowslip and the spreading vine,
The daisy in the grass,
Preach sermons as we pass.
Would bid us labour too,
“ There 's work enough to do."
The planets at their Maker's will
Move onward in their cars,
Progressive as the stars!
And summer breezes woo,
“ There's work enough to do.”
I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me. Proverbs viii. 17.
Aged honour cites a virtuous youth.
Keep aloof from bad men ; honour your parents; revere the Supreme Will; and you are a faithful disciple of Solon.
Live that thy young and glowing breast
Can think of death without a sigh;
Which finds us least afraid to die.
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