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Soon With Thee.

Soon With Thee.

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From the German of J. Lange.

From the German of J. Lange.

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Published by: glennpease on Jun 18, 2013
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SOO WITH THEE.From the German of J. Lange.OUR beloved have departed,While we tarry, broken-hearted,In the dreary, empty house ;They have ended life's brief story ;They have reached the home of glory,Over death victorious !Hush that sobbing ; weep more lightly ;On we travel, daily, nightly,To the rest that they have found ;Are we not upon the river.Sailing fast to meet foreverOn more holy, happy ground ?Whilst with bitter tears we 're mourning,Thought to buried loves returning,Time is hasting us along.Downward to the grave's dark dwelling,Upward to the fountain wellingWith eternal life and song !See ye not the breezes hying,Clouds along in hurry flying?But we haste more swiftly on,Ever changing our position,Ever tossed in strange transition,Here to-day, to-morrow gone.Every hour that passes o'er usSpeaks of comfort yet before us,Of our journey's rapid rate ;And, like passing vesper bells,The clock of time its chiming tellsAt eternity's broad gate.

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