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Inscriptions for a Lodge Room

By Rob Morris

EAST
Erect before Thee,
A hand upon Thy Word,
We thus adore Thee,
And swear to serve Thee, Lord!
WEST
So mote it be each murmuring word
Speaks the soul's earnest, deep accord,
And echoes, from its inmost sea,
A deep Amen, So Mote It Be!
SOUTH
Ye faithful, weave the chain!
Join hand in hand again!
The world is filled with violence and blood!
Hark to the battle cry!
Hark to the answering sigh!
Come weave the chain admired of man and God!
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