Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, THE SOUL, by HARRY RANDOLPH BLYTHE

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THE SOUL, by            
First Line: The soul has its own
Last Line: White image of god.
Subject(s): God; Love; Religion; Theology

THE soul has its own
Bright mansion of dreams,
Built stronger than stone
By no earthly streams;
Its home is afar
Past the palace of night,
On the strand of a star
In a clime of delight.

The soul has a love
Past that of the heart,
Affections above
The lusts of the mart;
It puts away fear
As taint of the clod,
And worships the dear
White image of God.

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