Do countless cares and duties cram Your days, a dull relentless grind, And yet, for all your faithfulness, Bear meager fruit and with frustration Fill your mind? Then look about you and consider well The promise of all nature's loveliness, And watch how God unveils to you His mode of work. If you would make your life complete, Let go the stress And pause at times to see A tremulous harebell flowering at your feet Or, hidden in long grass, pure sparkling rills, And after storms maybe A double rainbow arching wooded hills.
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