Fragment by Henry Vaughan
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 Fragment
by Henry Vaughan
1621-1695
Welsh Poet

Walk with thy fellow-creatures: note the hush
And whispers among them. There is not a spring
Or leaf but hath his morning hymn; each bush
And oak doth know I AM. Canst thou not sing?
O leave thy cares and follies! go this way,
And thou art sure to prosper all the day.

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