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DR�OTIONAL. But Thou, great Spirit, who along The waters first did'st move,

  • And straight from warring chaos sprung

Light, harmony, and love; And Thou, who on the foamin? wave Did'st walk with tranquil foot, And bid the billows cease to rave, The wild wi?ds to dispute; Oh, passion's ruder storm controal, Bid mental discord cease, And breathe uponmy troubled soul Thy last--best giftof peace I ......... ?Google