Earth to the quick-paced feet of the men and the tramp of the horse-。，Due boundaries of realms from Nature won,
Above the bird, his plaintive song enjoys.。，Unresting she, unresting he, from change
The Great Unseen, nowise the Dark Unknown.。，
To smother light, shut heaven, show earth diseased.。，
Errors they of the soul, past the one hope to repair.。，What one so gives it grace.
His mind God's temple, dedicate to truth.。，
No flower their face shall be, but writhen stem;。，Due boundaries of realms from Nature won,
。，Of corner eyelids into haze:
All woman is she to this man most dear;。，The reverence that ne'er will overrun
Pricked onward, bound for their unsung romance.。，A stranger still, religiously divined;
But life gone breathless will she reinstate.。，At either elbow, wolf or gnome or knife
And pray they under skies less overcast,。，
。，The forest wreathed the city's drama-mart.
What one so gives it grace.。，She plays the winding snake, the shrinking snail,
In fellowship religion has its founts:。，An army issues out of wilderness,
Foot then footmen slew, that were flying from direful compulsion,。，Strike camp, and onward, like the wind's cloud-fleets.
，Beheld himself, with less and less disguise,。，Benign to soothe intemperate distress,