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DAWN MAGIC, by            
First Line: I stand in the dim, fragrant dawning
Last Line: Looks down on the slumbering world.
Subject(s): Babies; Birth; Magic; Infants; Child Birth; Midwifery


I stand in the dim, fragrant dawning
And gaze o'er the rim of the world,
Where in gold and purple and crimson,
Dawn's wonderful flag is unfurled.
Its radiant beauty is shining
O'er the slumbering folk of the earth,
As it welcomes, mid shimmering glory,
A new, infant day at its birth.
Now, swiftly, invisible fingers
Its magical colors have furled;
And only the herald of morning
Looks down on the slumbering world.





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