Excerpt from The Passing Bell: And Other Poems
This is surely not too ambitious an expectation to be entertained by one who has been already kindly received in his efforts to do both. And who, though conscious that his verse falls far short of that high order of Divine Poesy after which his heart aspires, still must sing on to the end for the comfort of his own spirit, and would lose half the enjoyment of his song, if he did not feel that it bore its part, though an inferior one, in the great chorus of joyful praise, which daily glad dens earth, and deepens even the happiness of Heaven.
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