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THE ORIOIN OF U1,.
A correspondent of the New York W6ne,
writing from Salt Lake City, givea the fol.
lowing poem by a young Morrboness, Miss
Sarah E. Carmichael. It, is one of the
boldest flights of fanoy we have seen for
many a day:
The Fallen looked on the world'andsneered,
"I'oan guess," s muttered, "why God is
Por the eyes of mortal are fain to shun
the midnight Reaven that hath no sun.
Itwill stand on'the height of the hills and
fhere the day goes out at the western gate,
And, reaehiftlup to its crown, will tear
From its phMts-of glory the brightest there:
With the tltn ray I will light the sod,
And turn tW. eyes of the world from God."
lie stood on 'the height when the sun went
Ie tore one plume from the day's bright
the proud beam stooped till he touched its
And the print of his fingers are on it now;
And the blush of its anger ferevermote
karns red-when it p6sses the wiestern door.
te broken feather above him whirled,
Its flanteof torture around 111m curled,
ad U& d6thed it down onthe snowy height,
I broken flashes of quiverihg light:
Ah, more than tei'rible was the shock
Where the burning splinters struck wave
the green earth shuddered, and shrank and
The wave sprang up and the mountain quail.
flook on the hills, let the scars they bear
Measure the pain of that hour's despair.
The Fallen watched, while the whirlwind
ThO pulsing splinters th'at:plowed the sand;
Stllen he watched, while the hissing waves
13re them away to the ocean caves;
Sullen he watched, while the shining rills
throbbed through the hearts of the rocky
Loudly he laughed, "Is the world not mine?
Proudly the links of its chain shall shine;
Lighted with gems shall its dungeons be,
But the pride of its beauty shall kneel to
That splintered light in the earth grew cold,
And the diction of mortals hath called it
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