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Shall the Spring dawn, and she still clad in smiles,
And with an unscathed brow,
Calm as that second summer which precedes
The first fall of the snow,
What if, both mad and blinded in their rage,
Our foes should fling us down their mortal gage,
To doubt the end were want of trust in God,
Who, if he has decreed
Hath not the morning dawned with added light?
And shall not evening call another star
Stoop, angels, hither from the skies!
There is no holier spot of ground
Sleep sweetly in your humble graves,
Sleep, martyrs of a fallen cause;
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