1O joys! infinite sweetness! with what flow'rs
2And shoots of glory my soul breaks and buds!
3All the long hours
4Of night, and rest,
5Through the still shrouds
6Of sleep, and clouds,
7This dew fell on my breast;
8Oh, how it bloods
9And spirits all my earth! Hark! In what rings
10And hymning circulations the quick world
11Awakes and sings;
12The rising winds
13And falling springs,
14Birds, beasts, all things
15Adore him in their kinds.
16Thus all is hurl'd
17In sacred hymns and order, the great chime
18And symphony of nature. Prayer is
19The world in tune,
20A spirit voice,
21And vocal joys
22Whose echo is heav'n's bliss.
23O let me climb
24When I lie down! The pious soul by night
25Is like a clouded star whose beams, though said
26To shed their light
27Under some cloud,
28Yet are above,
29And shine and move
30Beyond that misty shroud.
31So in my bed,
32That curtain'd grave, though sleep, like ashes, hide
33My lamp and life, both shall in thee abide.
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