The Poetic Works of Robert Turney
F. to F. that we should go
When sickness brings a brother woe,
To cheer him on his bed of pain,
And nurse him back to health again.
K. to K. when e′er we pray
At early morn, or close of day,
A brother′s name shall claim a share
In every thought and every prayer.
B. to B. thee still to keep
A brother′s secrets hidden deep,
To all the world but us unknown,
And hold them sacred as our own.
H. to B. with firmest grasp,
Encircling arms and friendly clasp,
We should be found at duty′s call,
To stay a brother′s tottering fall.
M. to E. when e′er we find
To err a brother is inclined,
We′ll counsel give in gentlest tone
And breathe it to his ear alone
Then F. to F. and K. to K.,
True brothers we should ever be
With H. to B. and B. to B.,
Each striving still to do his best,
We′ll whisper words of hope and cheer,
With C. to C, and M to E
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