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J. B. DU R., ST. NARY'S, GA., O11T JUNE
"There remaineth INerefore a rest."
Down a quiet hillside,
By a shady stream,
There the violets nestle,
Does my darling dream.
O'er him wave the sad pines,
Singing all day long;
And the little streamlet
Mingles in the song.
He lay down at sun-set,
One sweet summer day,
With his precious fair head;
Underneath the clay.
Autumn winds came sighing,
Strewing russet leaves ;
But my Johnny wakes not,
Tho' his mother grieves.
But when winter comes back,
8tormy, wild and cold,
Think you Jhonny feels it
Under mossy mould?
God has wrapped my darling
In a robe so warm,
That no cold can reach him,
Snows can do no harm.
Glistening golden vestment,
Woven far above,
In the long-gone ages
Everlasting Love !
Rest then, gentle head, here
Sweet hands folded calm;
Here's a resting-place, dear,
Here's a blessed balm.
No more trouble Johnny,
No more weary cares
Gently sleep my darling,
No more pain and tears!
One day God shall wake thee,
Thy reward be given
-'Fold thy robe about thee,
And come up to iIeaven l"
August, 1860. C. V. D.
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