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EASTER, by            
First Line: It comes again-the eastertide
Last Line: Oh, would that men had understood!
Subject(s): Easter; Holidays; Jesus Christ; Resurrection, The; The Resurrection


It comes again—the Eastertide—
And wakes to pulsing life all things
That sleep; once more beside the tomb,
Mankind its reverent vigils keep;
And wondering eyes behold
The angel form; the garments lie;
And hear celestial accents clear
Proclaim: He is not here!
Death holds Him not—nor could—
Oh, would that men had understood!





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