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FELLOWSHIP, by            
First Line: Twin trees! I see them everywhere
Last Line: Who lives and reigns for aye.
Subject(s): Miracles; Trees

Twin trees! I see them everywhere.
How comforting to grow thus side by side,
Fed by the self-same soil,
Watered, refreshed by rain and dew
From the same bountiful supply.
Both heads upreared in God's sunshine,
The roots of both deep bedded in His loam.
When the breeze whispers, each has found a tongue
And softly to its sister speaks.
What are they saying as they sway in tune?

Miracles come and go. Yet we are here
A little while to serve Him in our day,
Joying in fellowship and praising Him
Who lives and reigns for aye.

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