Something Beyond by Mary (Clemmer) (Ames) Hudson. 2.
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SOMETHING beyond! though now, with joy unfound,
The life-task falleth from thy weary hand,
Be brave, be patient! In the fair beyond
Thou’lt understand why our most royal hours
Couch sorrowful slaves bound by low nature’s greed;
Why the celestial soul’s a minion made
To narrowest need.
In this pent sphere of being incomplete,
The imperfect fragment of a beauteous whole,
For yon rare regions, where the perfect meet,
Sighs the lone soul.
Sighs for the perfect! Far and fair it lies;
It hath no half-fed friendships perishing fleet,
No partial insights, no averted eyes,
No loves unmeet.
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