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n placid hours well-pleased we dream Of many a brave unbodied scheme.

But form to lend, pulsed life create, What unlike things must meet and mate: A flame to melt– a wind to freeze; Sad patience– joyous energies; Humility– yet pride and scorn; Instinct and study; love and hate; Audacity– reverence. These must mate, And fuse with Jacob's mystic heart, To wrestle with the angel– Art. her m a n melv i lle


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