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CRYSTAL HIGHWAY, by            
First Line: The storm has spent its fury
Last Line: From the finger tips of god!
Subject(s): God; Knees; Prayer; Religion; Theology

The storm has spent its fury,
And the dawn king in its place
Reveals a world of splendor,
In a sheath of silver lace.
And with minutest detail,
Each tree-top far and near,
Is set with sunbeams, dancing
Through a crystal chandelier,
And every modest fir tree
Seems kneeling on the ground,
Beneath the bending beauty
Of an iridescent gown!
And all along the winding way,
Our gleaming road is shod
With bits of diamonds, falling
From the finger tips of God!

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