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ment, tree, and roof, And sun-bright showers of smiles and flowers Of woman's love give proof. Peal out, ye bells, from church and dome, in rivalrous communion, With the wild, upheaving masses, for the Army of the Union! XXI. Onward trending, crowds attending, Still the army moves — and still; Arms are clashing, wagons crashing In the roads and streets they fill; O'er them banners wave in thousands, Round them human surges roar, Like the restless-bosomed ocean, Heaving on an iron shore; Cannons thunder, people wonder whence the endless river comes, With its foam of bristling bayonets, and its cataracts of drums. XXII. “God bless the Union army!” That holy thought appears To symbolize the trustful eyes That speak more loud than cheers. “God bless the Union army, And the flag by which it stands; May it preserve with Freeman's nerve, What Freedom's God demands!” Peal out, ye bells — ye women, pray — for never yet went forth So grand a band, for law and land, as the Muster