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In the Garden of God

J. Tauler

Cant. ii. 2

As the lily of the valley,

White and pure and sweet,

As the lowly violet trodden

Under wandering feet;

As the rose amidst the briars

Fresh and fair is found,

Heedless of the tangled thicket,

And the thorns around—

As the sun-flower ever turning

To the mighty sun,

With the faithfulness of fealty

Following only one—

So make me, Lord, to Thee.

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