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Many Mansions (To my grandfather, the late 0liver Milo Dunn, born Terre Haute, died New Orleans, 1922) --1941-- My Father's house is starry with a vernal frost And brims with sounds of prayer; Its aisles like stone-wreathed paths Along a sacred wood, Evoking, as the autumn fades into November's drear, Memories of the graves of the forgotten good; And I recall again--how late
Precious lord, take my hand Lead me on, let me stand I'm tired, I'm weak, I'm lone Through the storm, through the night Lead me on to the light Take my hand, precious lord, lead me home When my way grows drear, precious lord, linger near When my light is almost gone Hear my cry, hear my call Hold my hand lest I fall Take my hand, precious lord, lead me home When the darkness appears and the night draws near And the day is past and gone At the river I stand Guide my feet, hold my hand Take my hand, precious lord, lead me home Precious lord, take my hand Lead me on, let me stand I'm tired, I'm weak, I'm lone Through the storm, through the night Lead me on to the light Take my hand, precious lord, lead me home
With the installation of data packages and TACLANEs at each BCT HQs, SFC Larry Martin and Gallagher were able to link each BCT TACLANE providing the ability to use additional gateways located at DMAIN, DREAR, and 2/25 BCT HQs.
Even if I succeeded in cobbling a history together, the opus would have struggled to overcome the drear emotions inspired in readers by the word "commission.
Grades 4-6: The house of Dies Drear by Virginia Hamilton, Ben and me by Robert Lawson, To be a slave by Julius Lester and The complete chronicles of Narnia by C.
When once I know my sphere, Life shall no more be drear, I will be all thou wilt; To cross try least desire shall be guilt.
95, ISBN 0-027-42470-7 The House of Dies Drear (1st published in 1968), Pocket Books November 1984 (reissue) $5.
They are largely realized in light, but not the drear, endless fluorescent sub-glare of the soulless desert of the standardized office or factory.
Smith who, through flags, retains the sense of adventure and excitement he has known since boyhood adds: "The white and black come from the Templars, and I have adopted their motto: `Dear to my friends; drear to my foes.
In secret pleasure, secret tears, This changeful life has slipped away, As friendless after eighteen years, As lone as on my natal day There have been times, I cannot hide, There have been times when this was drear, When my sad soul forgot its pride And longed for one to love me here.
Of course, Merrin leaves out the other rhymes that would be less appropriate: spear, drear, cheer, and steer.
Legend has it that in July 1985, a baseball scout named drear Minaya learned of this boy named Sammy Sosa who was boning his skills in a camp in Santo Domingo run by the Toronto Blue Jays.