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Ashlar Home > Poems > C. M. Boutelle > In Fellowship

In Fellowship

By C. M. Boutelle

1915
My foot to thy foot, however thy foot may stray
Thy path for my path, however dark the way.

My knee to thy knee, whatever be thy prayer
Thy plea my plea, in every need and care.

My breast to thy breast, in every doubt or hope
Thy silence mine too, whatever thy secret's scope.

My strength is thy strength, whenever thou shalt call
Strong arms stretch love's length, through darkness, toward thy fall!

My words shall follow thee, kindly warning, fond,
Through life, through drear death-and all that lies beyond!

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The Builder, Anamosa, Iowa, November, 1915
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