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Another To God (2)

by Robert Herrick, 1647

Though Thou be’st all that active love
Which heats those ravished souls above;
And though all joys spring from the glance
Of Thy most winning countenance;
Yet sour and grim Thou’dst seem to me
If through my Christ I saw not Thee.

Published in Noble Numbers

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