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THE HEART'S PROOF, by            
First Line: Do you ask me how I prove
Last Line: By a thousand, thousand things!
Alternate Author Name(s): Pastnor, Paul
Subject(s): Faith; Belief; Creed


Do you ask me how I prove
That our Father, God, is love?
By this world which He hath made,
By the songs of grove and blade,
By the brooks that singing run,
By the shining of the sun,
By the breeze that cools my brow,
By fresh odors from the plow,
By the daisy's golden head,
Shining in the fields I tread,
By the chorus of the bees
In the flowering willow trees,
By the gentle dews and rain,
By the farmer's springing grain,
By the light of golden eyes,
By the sheen of forest leaves,
By the sweets of woodland springs,
By the joy right-doing brings—
By a thousand, thousand things!





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