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Is it Masonry

By F. G. Oliver

1915
Is it Masonry
To dare to take God's name in vain,
Or be careful of our speech
From evil thoughts and words refrain,
And practice what we preach?
Is it Masonry
To boast of your fine jewels,
Or purify your heart
To be a man and Mason
And act a Mason's part?
Is it Masonry
To fail to help your brothers,
Or your obligations fill?
To leave it for the others,
Or mean and say I will?

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