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From the August 1894 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Mary Baker Eddy has been verified as the author of this unsigned article by The Mary Baker Eddy Library.

This poem was later republished in Miscellaneous Writings 1883-1896:Mis. 395:1-13

Who loves not June, Is out of tune With love and God; The rose his rival reigns, The stars reject his pains, His home the clod! And yet I trow, When sweet rondeau Doth play a part, The curtain drops on June, Veiled is the modest moon, Hushed is the heart.