Albert Durrant Watson

(January 8, 1859 - May 3, 1926 / Dixie, Ontario)

A Prayer - Poem by Albert Durrant Watson

O THOU whose finger-tips,
From out the unveiled universe around,
Can touch my human lips
With harmonies beyond the range of sound;

Whose living word,
All vital truth revealing,
My soul hath stirred
To raptures holy, comforting and healing;

Beneath, around, above,
Breathe on me atmospheres
Of universal Love–
The music of the timeless years;

Upon my soul,
Pour vast eternities of might,
Up through my being roll
Deep seas of light
To urge me onward to the Goal,
The Infinite, the Whole.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 7, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, May 7, 2012

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