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To challenge the world
, and sing! And I with
my tired eyes a-dance,
And my weary heart a-fl
ame; Have felt the call
of the old romance, An
d thrilled to a whisper
ed name! 2. I saw a sky
as blue as eyes I know
, I felt a breeze, as s
oft as kisses, blow; An
d, dear, I saw one gold
en sunbeam creep From H
eaven, lighting all the
world below, Like love
that wakens, dewy-eyed
, from sleep! 3. We who
have wondered know the
answer, now; For Sprin
g stands, joyous, on th
e purple brow Of the fa
r hill; and doubt is sw
ept away, And all the m
Cross Roads by Sangster, Margaret E. (Margaret Elizabeth), 1894-1981