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2020.03.25 13:30

I saw Thee by Ray Palmer.

“When thou wast under the fig-tree

, I saw thee.”—JOHN i. 48.

Part 2 of 2.

I saw the light that o’er thy face
Stole with a soft, suffusing glow,
As if, within, celestial grace
Breathed the same bliss that angels know.

I saw—what thou didst not—above
Thy lowly head an open heaven;
And tokens of thy Father’s love
With smiles to thy rapt spirit given.

I saw thee from that sacred spot
With firm and peaceful soul depart;
I, Jesus, saw thee,—doubt it not,—
And read the secrets of thy heart!
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  • Shamus 2020.03.25 13:31

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    I posted part 1 on March 13th and then forgot to post part 2. 😅🙈, I doubt you noticed. 😉
  • Joshua 2020.03.25 13:41

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    get it😄
  • 翼蕤 2020.03.25 14:09

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    Wow!
  • مَارِيَّة 2020.03.25 14:22

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    Is this from the Bible? The structure of the sentences look like from the old English?
  • Alicia伊沐沐 2020.03.25 14:37

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    beautiful
  • مَارِيَّة 2020.03.25 21:32

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    @Shamus I saw the verse above so I thought the poem was from the Bible. Since it's not, now it's obvious that the poem is for a poet that had a religious background Well no need it's just a question
  • 木木 2020.03.26 08:42

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    stole做什么解释
  • D.E.V.I.A.T.I.O.N. 2020.03.28 13:43

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    8
  • NeverMind.. 2020.03.29 19:39

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    @Shamus lol

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