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The Breeze at Bethlehem

By Father John Banister Tabb, 1910.

   I that have lashed the sea
And from the forest torn the rooted tree,
   Come now, my passion spent,
   A lowly penitent,
      Sweet Child, to Thee.

   Alike Thy sovereign will
The strong and weak, O slumbering Babe, fulfil.
   As I before Thee now,
   Shall waves submissive bow
      And storms be still.

The Poetry of Father Tabb (1928) p. 199
ed. Francis A. Litz, Ph.D.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Wed. 12/25/02 10:04:45 AM
Categorized as Literary & Religious.


   
   

Adoration of the Magi

By Gentile da Fabriano, 1423.

Adoration of the Magi

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Wed. 12/25/02 10:03:03 AM
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