Sailor's Song, A
She Gave Me A Rose
She Told Her Beads
Ships That Pass In The Night
Signs of the Times
Slow Through The Dark
Soliloquy Of A Turkey
Song Of Summer
Speakin' At De Cou't-House
Speakin' O' Christmas
Spring Wooing, A
Starry Night, A
Stirrup Cup, The
Summer Night, A
Summer Pastoral, A
Summer's Night, A
Slow moves the pageant of climbing race;
Their footsteps drag far, far below the height,
And, unprevailing by their utmost might,
Seem faltering downward from each hard won place.
No strange, swift-sprung exception we; we trace
A devious way thro' dim, uncertain light, --
Our hope, through the long vistaed years, a sight
Of that our Captain's soul sees face to face.
Who, faithless, faltering that the road is steep,
Now raiseth up his drear insistent cry?
Who stoppeth here to spend a while in sleep
Or curseth that the storm obscures the sky?
Heed not the darkness round you, dull and deep;
The clouds grow thickest when the summit's nigh.
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