The lark is mute the while it feels the earth, But, with its upward winging, Its voice, as though released to instant birth, Pours out in raptured singing! Heed thou the lesson by this action taught, Thou, who wouldst fain be springing Free from the fetters earth for thee hath wrought: Think heavenward, and start singing!
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