The Poetic Works of R. W. Hill
Who is a Mason? Not the clod
Whose thoughts ne'er rise above the sod
Whose best ambition is to know
The joys that from the senses grow.
Who is a Mason? Not the slave
To passions that will dig his grave
Nor yet the miser, hard and cold
Who shuts his heart to all but gold.
Who is a Mason? Not the hound
Who boldly treads on holy ground
At woman's honor dares to sneer,
At Truth Divine to mock and jeer.
A Mason worthy of the name
Can never stoop to guilt or shame
His honor is his dearest care
Fidelity his jewel rare.
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