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HOSPITAL FLOWERS, by            
First Line: In all the silent halls and rooms
Last Line: Your beauty in my heart abides.
Subject(s): Consolation; Flowers; Hospitals


In all the silent halls and rooms
Where pain and sorrows dwell,
Your presence breathes a sweet perfume
When words their sympathy can't tell.
You are in love and reverence held,
God fashioned you so fair, --
No matter how your name is spelled,
Love and friendship placed you there.
The memory of you cannot fade
Though you were cast aside,
Your leaves, all dried from too much shade,
Your beauty in my heart abides.





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