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The Veteran Master

By Rob Morris

Worn, but not weary stanch and true,
Again the Master's Gavel bear,
And standing in the Eastern gate
Display the bright and mystic Square.
Worn, but not weary three score years
Have marked your brow with lines of care,
Yet beats your heart as warm's the day
When first you wore the mystic Square.
Worn, but not weary when at last
The slumbers of the dead you share,
May you be happy in His love
Who wears in Heaven the mystic Square.
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