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The Narrow Boundary

By Rob Morris

So each one stands, — a narrow line
Divides the future from the past, —
A little space to labor in,
So brief for purposes so vast.

Those grand designs, whose tracing proves
Their inspiration is from Heaven,
Those boundless hopes, — those deathless loves, —
'Tis but a day to these is given!

Then let us labor while we can,
Throw off the burdens that oppress, —
Redeem our poor and fleeting span
And trust in God to help and bless.

And should we seek, to give us cheer,
Examples of the bold and true,
A cloud of witnesses is here,
To prove what laboring man can do.
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