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Travelers by Sea and Land

416. Fierce was the wild billow

6.4.6.4.D.

Euroclydon:

T. Tertius Noble, 1918

Aletheia:

Walter Henry Hall, 1918

With great breadth.

Greek; Ascribed to St. Anatolius;

Tr. Tr. John Mason Neale, 1862

Fierce was the wild billow,

Dark was the night;

Oars laboured heavily,

Foam glimmered white;

Trembled the mariners,

Peril was nigh;

Then said the God of God,

"Peace! It is I."

Ridge of the mountain wave,

Lower thy crest!

Wail of Euroclydon,

Be thou at rest!

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Sorrow can never be,

Darkness must fly,

Where saith the Light of Light,

"Peace! It is I."

Jesus, Deliverer,

Come thou to me;

Soothe thou my voyaging

Over life's sea:

Thou, when the storm of death

Roars, sweeping by,

Whisper, O Truth of Truth,

"Peace! It is I."

Amen.

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