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Ah! Yet Consider it Again! by Arthur Hugh Clough

“Old things need not be therefore true,” O brother men, nor yet the new; Ah! still awhile the old thought retain, And yet consider it again! The souls of now two thousand years Have laid up here their toils and … Continue reading

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Through a Glass Darkly by Arthur Hugh Clough

What we, when face to face we see The Father of our souls, shall be, John tells us, doth not yet appear; Ah! did he tell what we are here! A mind for thoughts to pass into, A heart for … Continue reading

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All Is Well by Arthur Hugh Clough

Whate’er you dream, with doubt possessed, Keep, keep it snug within your breast, And lay you down and take your rest; And when you wake, to work again, The wind it blows, the vessel goes, And where and whither, no … Continue reading

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There Is No God, the Wicked Sayeth by Arthur Hugh Clough

“There is no God,” the wicked saith, “And truly it’s a blessing, For what He might have done with us It’s better only guessing.” “There is no God,” a youngster thinks, “or really, if there may be, He surely did … Continue reading

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