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The Three Salutes

By Rob Morris

I hail you, Brother, in the place
Where none but those should meet
Whose types are bended knee and brow,
And the uncovered feet
I take you by the grip, expressing
All that heart can feel,
And I pledge myself to be to you
A Brother True As Steel!

I've watched with real joy your quest,
So ardent and so rare,
Your bold, unflinching gaze upon
The things we most revere
I've seen that nothing daunts you
In the paths our Lights reveal
And I pledge myself again to you,
A Brother True As Steel!

I think there's that within you
Only needs for time to show,
Will kindle up a flame, where others
Only feel a glow
I think the grave will claim you
As a Mason ripe and teal
And so once more I pledge myself
A Brother True As Steel!
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