George Herbert
Montgomery, Wales
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Clasping Of Hands

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LORD, Thou art mine, and I am Thine,
If mine I am; and Thine much more
Then I or ought or can be mine.
Yet to be Thine doth me restore,
So that again I now am mine,
And with advantage mine the more,
Since this being mine brings with it Thine,
And Thou with me dost Thee restore:
If I without Thee would be mine,
I neither should be mine nor Thine.
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Ratnakar Mandlik 29 December 2018
Beautifully envisioned devotional song reiterating total confluence of soul with the almighty and it's magnificence.
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Edward Kofi Louis 29 December 2018
'Thou art mine, and l am thine'! Thanks for sharing.
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Dr. antony theodore 29 December 2018
Lord, I am Thine, and Thou art mine; So mine Thou art, that something more a very good poem. tony
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Adrian Flett 29 December 2018
A wonderful interplay of the words thine and mine
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Bernard F. Asuncion 29 December 2018
A great poem by George Herbert..........................
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