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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Personal Poems (search)
moonbeams, Beautiful and frail! O'er the rough chart of Existence, Rocks of sin and wastes of woe, Soft airs breathe, and green leaves tremble, And cool fountains flow. And to thee an answer cometh From the earth and from the sky, And to thee the hills and waters And the stars reply. But a soul-sufficing answer Hath no outward origin; More than Nature's many voices May be heard within. Even as the great Augustine Questioned earth and sea and sky, August. Soliloq. cap. XXXI. ‘Interrogavi Terramn Zzz’ etc. And the dusty tomes of learning And old poesy. But his earnest spirit needed More than outward Nature taught; More than blest the poet's vision Or the sage's thought. Only in the gathered silence Of a calm and waiting frame, Light and wisdom as from Heaven To the seeker came. Not to ease and aimless quiet Doth that inward answer tend, But to works of love and duty As our being's end; Not to idle dreams and trances, Length of face, and solemn tone, But to Faith, in daily
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
above No Moloch sits, no false, vindictive Jove— Thou art our Father, and Thy name is Love! This is an alternative reading which has been cancelled:— “No lawless Terror dwells in light above, Cruel as Moloch, deaf and false as Jove— Thou art our Father, and Thy name is Love!” III. notes to the Poems in this Volume. Note 1, page 15. O vine of Sibmah! I will weep for thee with the weeping of Jazer! Jeremiah XLVIII. 32. Note 2, page 19. August. Soliloq. cap. XXXI. Interrogavi Terramn Zzz etc. Note 3, page 79. Dr. Withington, author of The Puritan, under the name of Jonathan Oldbug. Note 4, page 79. Thomas ä Kempis in De Imitatione Christi. Note 5, page 236. Goody Cole was brought before the Quarter Sessions in 1680 to answer to the charge of being a witch. The court could not find satisfactory evidence of witchcraft, but so strong was the feeling against her that Major Waldron, the presiding magistrate, ordered her to be imprisoned, with a lock kept on