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Unfettered Freedom (Poem)

Man is but God in part,—a spirit free,
Boundless, unfettered, and of vast desire
To far outstep the swiftest who have trod
Through life's unbounded joy and misery,
Mounting on wings of greatness, higher and higher,
Till satisfied by nothing less than God!

I wish that life should not be cheap but sacred. I wish the days to be as centuries, loaded, fragrant.
The habit of reviewing things cheerfully, and of thinking about life hopefully, may be made to grow up in us like any other habit.

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Winifred A. Cook

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